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TomSinAA
Helper III
Helper III

dax help

I have data in this format:

CategoryAreaRequirement
Cat1R11
Cat1R1 
Cat1R2 
Cat1R32
Cat1R43
Cat1R5 

 

I need to display the count and % of areas with and without requirements.  So that is looks like this:

AreaCount of Areas with no requirement%Count of Areas with requirement Total%
Cat1240%360%5100

 

Not sure how to approach this. 

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v-xinruzhu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @TomSinAA 

You can refer to the following measure

Count of Areas with no requirement = var a=SELECTCOLUMNS(FILTER('Table',[Requirement]<>BLANK()),"a",[Area])
return CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area]),'Table'[Area] in a=FALSE())

Count of Areas with  requirement = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area])-[Count of Areas with no requirement]

Areas with no requiremen t% = DIVIDE([Count of Areas with no requirement],CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area])))

Areas with  requiremen t% = DIVIDE([Count of Areas with  requirement],CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area])))

Output

vxinruzhumsft_0-1690425818262.png

Best Regards!

Yolo Zhu

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v-xinruzhu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @TomSinAA 

You can refer to the following measure

Count of Areas with no requirement = var a=SELECTCOLUMNS(FILTER('Table',[Requirement]<>BLANK()),"a",[Area])
return CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area]),'Table'[Area] in a=FALSE())

Count of Areas with  requirement = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area])-[Count of Areas with no requirement]

Areas with no requiremen t% = DIVIDE([Count of Areas with no requirement],CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area])))

Areas with  requiremen t% = DIVIDE([Count of Areas with  requirement],CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Area])))

Output

vxinruzhumsft_0-1690425818262.png

Best Regards!

Yolo Zhu

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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