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Resolver III

## Power bi Matrix column value Based on count

How we can display 0 on Power bi Matrix Column value when there's some data missing in the data table

 cadidate vote group a 5% 0-10% c 10% 0-10% b 15% 11-20% w 9% 0-10% c 39% 31-40% x 45% 41-50% d 33% 31-40%

 getting answer COUNT 0-10% 3 11-20% 1 31-40% 2 41-50% 1 TOTAL 7

 Needed Answer COUNT 0-10% 3 11-20% 1 21-30% 0 31-40% 2 41-50% 1 TOTAL 7
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Anonymous
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You will have to create a new table with the groups you want as there are no references in the table for Power BI to add a 0 agains it.

You can then create a relationship between the two tables like this

The next step is to create a measure that will replace the blanks with 0.

``````Measure =
VAR total_rows =
COUNTROWS('Group_data')
Return
COALESCE(total_rows, 0)``````

I have called my table 'Group_data'. You will need to replace the bit in green with the name of your table.

You will then need to use this measure along with the column in the new table you have created in a matix

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Anonymous
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In the visualisation pane click on the drop down

then make sure 'Show items with no data' is selected.

Resolver III

Not exactly working can we provide an example for better understanding. Thank you

Anonymous
Not applicable

You will have to create a new table with the groups you want as there are no references in the table for Power BI to add a 0 agains it.

You can then create a relationship between the two tables like this

The next step is to create a measure that will replace the blanks with 0.

``````Measure =
VAR total_rows =
COUNTROWS('Group_data')
Return
COALESCE(total_rows, 0)``````

I have called my table 'Group_data'. You will need to replace the bit in green with the name of your table.

You will then need to use this measure along with the column in the new table you have created in a matix

Resolver III

Thanks the visual explanation is really helpfull

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