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fabiocesarei
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2 filter on summarize table

Hi ,
I want to create a table by summerize function, but I need to insert two filter conditions
(I need to filter the data by year and by an " X " field of the data set), is it possible?

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AlexChen
Microsoft
Microsoft

Hi,

 

I advise you to use “SummarizeColumns” function to do it.

 

Now I assume you have a table called “prod” like below.

 

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You can create a table use the following code.

The products that are created before 2010 and amount value that are less that 2000 are filtered.

 

Table = SUMMARIZECOLUMNS(

                                      prod[product],

                                      filter(prod, year(prod[createdDate]) > 2010 && prod[amount] >= 2000),

                                      "amt", sum(prod[amount])

                                      )

 

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Best Regards

Alex

 

 

Hi Alex, thank for reply. Filter is supported in summarize, I have used this example SUMMARIZE(FILTER('Time';'Time'[year]=2015);'Time'[quarter]; "CostQtr";SUM('Fact_costs'[.......
and it worked.
perhaps power bi converts the function.
I have to use 2 fields of different tables in filter function, do I have to create a previous table with a filter option and the second field as column and use it as filter in the final one?

Thanks

Fabio

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