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Sum Column with two conditions

Hello all,

I would like to calculate the sum of the respective plants via the customer in PowerBI. (Plant A1 => Customer 2 = 250)

Unfortunately, I am still quite new to PowerBI and need help, as I don't know how to do it. The SumX formula did not work for me, so I am quite confused how i can calculate a something like a sumif with two conditions in PowerBI.


Thank you very much for your help.

 

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Best Regards
Sandro

 

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@Anonymous Well, you could create a calculated table like:

Table = SUMMARIZE('Table',[Plant],[Customer],"Sales",SUM('Table'[Sales]))

 


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@Greg_Deckler 

 

Thank you for your fast response/help. 

 

The suggestion worked. But Is there a possibility to get the resulting values in a seperate row? As I want to use the resulting values in a Slicer for numeric ranges?

 

For example I just want to see customers which sales are higher than 300 in the visualization.

 

Thank you!

 

Kind regards

Sandro

@Anonymous Well, you could create a calculated table like:

Table = SUMMARIZE('Table',[Plant],[Customer],"Sales",SUM('Table'[Sales]))

 


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@Anonymous Try:

Column = 
  VAR __Plant = [Plant]
  VAR __Customer = [Customer]
RETURN
  SUMX(FILTER('Table', [Plant] = __Plant && [Customer] = __Customer),[Sales])


Measure =
  VAR __Plant = MAX([Plant])
  VAR __Customer = MAX([Customer])
RETURN
  SUMX(FILTER('Table', [Plant] = __Plant && [Customer] = __Customer),[Sales])

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