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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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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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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.

Community Champion

You do need any expression to create this.

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

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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

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

Use col2 values as slicers.

Thanks & Regards,
Bhavesh

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