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Anonymous
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Count multiple specific numbers of values in a row

Hey guys

 

I'm quit new in DAX and i'm working on a report which I have no idea how to solve. Its the following problem:

 

benjaminstalder_1-1599557469121.png

 

What do I need?

 

I want to have an extra colum with the following rule:

 

Yes: If the colums Budget, Fortschritt, Risiken, Ressourcen and Termin contain one or more of the number "3" AND three or more of the number 2. So if either of them applies, it should give out a "yes"

 

No: if the rule above does not apply

 

The rows which are marked yellow in the example should have a yes, and the last one should have a now.

 

Thanks for the help!

 

 

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous ,

Try a new column like

switch ( True(),
[Budget] >=3 || [Fortschritt]>=3 || [Risiken]>=3 || [Ressourcen]>=3 || [Termin]>=3 , "Yes",
if([Budget]=2,1,0) + if([Fortschritt]=2,1,0) + if([Risiken]=2,1,0) + if([Ressourcen]=2,1,0) + if([Termin]=2,1,0) >=3, "Yes",
"No"
)



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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous ,

Try a new column like

switch ( True(),
[Budget] >=3 || [Fortschritt]>=3 || [Risiken]>=3 || [Ressourcen]>=3 || [Termin]>=3 , "Yes",
if([Budget]=2,1,0) + if([Fortschritt]=2,1,0) + if([Risiken]=2,1,0) + if([Ressourcen]=2,1,0) + if([Termin]=2,1,0) >=3, "Yes",
"No"
)



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Time Intelligence Decoded : https://youtu.be/aU2aKbnHuWs&t=145s || 50+Power Query List Functions : Learn Power Query List
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Anonymous
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Thanks @amitchandak  for the quick answer. I tested it and it works perfectly!!

 

 

harshnathani
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Try this as a Calculated Column

 

New Column =
SWITCH (
    TRUE (),
    Table[Budget]
        || Table[Fortschritt]
        || Table[Risiken]
        || Table[Ressourcen]
        || Table[Termin] = 3, "Yes",
    Table[Budget] + Table[Fortschritt] + Table[Risiken] + Table[Ressourcen] + Table[Termin] >= 8, "Yes",
    "No"
)

 

Regards,
Harsh Nathani
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