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Can't get column count or sum to add up properly by group

I am still fairly new to power bi and have worked more in excel get & transform. I am transitioning a report built in excel with various methods over to PBI.

I am attempting to get a count of total loads on a table, but the numbers I get are way to small.

BranchRTMDriver CtLoad Ct
LXSO        12      9
MKSO          7      7
OSMW        22      0
UPSO          4      1
CGSO          8    10
WLJK        16    16
VSJK          5      
LUJK        13     6
Total         87    49

 they should look more like this 

BranchRTMDriver CtLoad Ct
LXSO        12      64
MKSO          7      53
OSMW        22    137
UPSO          4      22
CGSO          8      83
WLJK        16      87
VSJK          5      45
LUJK        13      64
Total         87    555


this is the formula I am using

Load Ct=Calculate (Sum('TMS Data'[Count]), 'TMS Data'[Carrier Alt Carrier Designator]<>"RUAN",FILTER('TMS Data', 'TMS Data'[Wk Start]>=MIN('Calendar'[Week Start]) && 'TMS Data'[Wk End]<=MIN('Calendar'[Week Ending])))


I've tired a few different formulas with the same results. I am trying to get a count by week. So what you see in the formula is a removal of an extra carrier "RUAN" and then a filter attempting to limit the count to a week.


Any ideas would be appreciated

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Very difficult to tell what is going on. No idea about the source data. Are you trying to create a measure or a column? Please see this post regarding How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly:

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The measure you have written is correct.

Check whether any other filters are applied on page or visual.

And it's better if you share your data and expected output.


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