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## New Column with count based on Values from two columns

Hi Everyone,

I am hoping this is simple for someone here but I have been having a devil of a time getting the result I need.

Here is my table

I want a new column that I will call Nr in EG that counts the number of distinct schools numbers within an enrollmen group so the results would look like this

 SchNr Enrollment Groups Nr in EG 15 <100 1 110 201-350 2 123 >350 2 134 100-200 1 163 201-350 2 167 >350 2

I have measures that give me this count for each enrollment group already but I need a single column that tells me the total number of schools so next to a school i can see the number of schools that are in the same enrolment group.

Any assitance would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Kyle

Edit:  Corrected expected output

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@juncco888 add column using following DAX:

``Count = CALCULATE ( COUNT ( School[SchNr] ), ALLEXCEPT ( School, School[Enrollment Groups] ) )``

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@juncco888 add column using following DAX:

``Count = CALCULATE ( COUNT ( School[SchNr] ), ALLEXCEPT ( School, School[Enrollment Groups] ) )``

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Thanks so much....  AllExcept is what I was missing.....   I am going to read up on AllExcept because my guess is it will solve many problems for me.  I really appreciate it....

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@juncco888 isn't the last row the value supposed to be 2?

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Yes...  it is ...   I will corrrect that,...  Thanks for pointing that out

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