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Redex
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count number of filtered rows

 

Hello,

 

I have a table has 2 columns:

 

Col1       Col2     

A              New           

A              New      
B              Contacted      

C              Canceled            
C              Qualified

I want to summurize these data in new table as follow using dax expression not MATRIX:

Col1       New      Contacted    Canceled    Qualified

A              2             0                      0               0
B              0             1                      0               0
C              0             0                      1               1

what is the expresion will help to do this?

 

Regards,

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Redex
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Here is the solution:

 

I created a new table Table 2 which contain the list of Agents name fetched from Table 1 using the following expression:

 

Table 2 = DISTINCT(Table1[AgentName])

then I created a relationship betwen Table 1 and Table 2 (Many to One *:1) and Cross filter direction (Both)

 

 

then, I started creating new columns with folowing expression:

 

ColumnName1 = CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS (Table 1), Table 1[fieldName] = "Value")

 

Now I am able to summarize the data as required.

 

 

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Redex
Frequent Visitor

Here is the solution:

 

I created a new table Table 2 which contain the list of Agents name fetched from Table 1 using the following expression:

 

Table 2 = DISTINCT(Table1[AgentName])

then I created a relationship betwen Table 1 and Table 2 (Many to One *:1) and Cross filter direction (Both)

 

 

then, I started creating new columns with folowing expression:

 

ColumnName1 = CALCULATE ( COUNTROWS (Table 1), Table 1[fieldName] = "Value")

 

Now I am able to summarize the data as required.

 

 

BhaveshPatel
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You do need any expression to create this.

 

Use matrix visual to create the expected result. See the attached screenshot.matrix visualmatrix visual

Thanks & Regards,
Bhavesh

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Thanks, @BhaveshPatel this helped to view the data but cannot interact with them, the reason wanted to use expression because I need to use these values in some equasions . 

Can you please post the full question including what other equations you will use these values with.

Thanks & Regards,
Bhavesh

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@BhaveshPatel

 

my question is simple, regardless about the equasions because its not the issue. simply  I need the expresion which could help me to achive the requested.

I need to count the number of filtered rows. example: I have table have 50 rows, and I filtered the rows which contain value "Contacted"  . I need to get the number of the filtered rows 


filteredRows:=CALCULATE(COUNTA(Table[Col2],ALLSELECTED(Table[col2]))

 

Use col2 values as slicers. 

Thanks & Regards,
Bhavesh

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