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## Unique users with costs per month by selected filters

Hi Guys,

I'm trying to measure and show all my clients who made costs in a selected period.

The thing i've got now, is that it only shows me the grand total over my selected period, instead of the differences in months.

``````Sum of cost =
CALCULATE(
SUM('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[Kosten ZIN]),
FILTER(
ALLSELECTED('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'),
'Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[BSN Gepseudonimiseerd] = SELECTEDVALUE('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[BSN Gepseudonimiseerd])))``````

``Cliënten met kosten = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[BSN Gepseudonimiseerd]), filter (ALLSELECTED('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'), 'Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[Sum of cost] > 0 ))``

Result:

What I expect (this is other example, not the measure as shown before)

Got any ideas on how to achieve this? Thx in advance

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Super User

@miltenburger , As per me the measure should be

divide(SUM('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[Kosten ZIN]),DISTINCTCOUNT('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[BSN Gepseudonimiseerd]))

You need handle the selected value if tables are not joined or not from same table

you can use allselected in denominator if you want all users

If this does not help
Can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.

Super User

@miltenburger , As per me the measure should be

divide(SUM('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[Kosten ZIN]),DISTINCTCOUNT('Fact.VoorzieningZINBesteding'[BSN Gepseudonimiseerd]))

You need handle the selected value if tables are not joined or not from same table

you can use allselected in denominator if you want all users

If this does not help
Can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.