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RaghdahIsmael
Helper I
Helper I

COUNTwithFILTERwithAND in power query

Hello Team,

 

i was trying to write and implement the below DAX in power query so i need your help on how to write that in power query.

 

# sales in 25 years period =

CALCULATE (  COUNT('Sales'[SalesNumber]),

    Filter (Sales, AND (Sales[Region]="AHG",

    'Sales'[Months] >= 298    &&   'Sales'[Months] <= 302)))

 

thanks in 

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HotChilli
Super User
Super User

A measure (if that is what it is) is evaluated according to context and you've missed that from the question.

In general terms, I think you can filter all the conditions stated using the features provided in the column heading dropdowns in Power Query.

After that you might use Table.RowCount or a Group By (from the interface) .  Something like that.

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HotChilli
Super User
Super User

A measure (if that is what it is) is evaluated according to context and you've missed that from the question.

In general terms, I think you can filter all the conditions stated using the features provided in the column heading dropdowns in Power Query.

After that you might use Table.RowCount or a Group By (from the interface) .  Something like that.

Yes it's a measure, and yes i got your point i will be doing that.

 

thank you

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