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## Better Measure options?

Good afternoon all,

I'm using the below measure to get a sum but I'm using the same measure 11 times and I was hoping I could maybe use one to give me the same information...

measure 1

1 Day 249 =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT('DOP-055'[Order No]),
'DOP-055'[Overall Performance 249] IN { 1 }
)

measure 2
1 Day 222 =
CALCULATE(
DISTINCTCOUNT('DOP-055'[Order No]),
'DOP-055'[Overall Performance 222] IN { 1 }
)

Regards
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## Re: Better Measure options?

Hi @Snowy34 ,

Are you want the sum of [222] for each [Warehouse]?

If so, you just need to create a slicer base on [Warehouse] and refer the below measure to modify your measure:
Overall Performance =
VAR a =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( 'Date Table formula'[222] ),
FILTER (
'Date Table formula',
AND (
'Date Table formula'[DayMonthYear] >= 'DOP-055'[Customer Requested Date],
'Date Table formula'[DayMonthYear] <= 'DOP-055'[Depature Date.1] - 1
)
)
)
RETURN
IF ( ISBLANK ( a ), "NA", a )
The result would be shown as below:

Hopefully works for you.

Best Regards,

Jay

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Regular Visitor

## Re: Better Measure options?

Good day all,

Here is an example of how the data looks like, in this case I would need two measure and in my case, I have 11

Established Member

## Re: Better Measure options?

Hi @Snowy34 ,

If I understand you correctly, please use Unpivot function in Query Editor.
Here’s my sample data:

Please check following steps as below and see if the result achieve your expectation:

1. Unpivot table and apply change:

Result would be shown as below:

2. Create measure:

Measure = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table (2)'[No])

3. Create slicer to filter data:

Hopefully works for you.

Best Regards,

Jay

Community Support Team _ Jay Wang

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

Regular Visitor

## Re: Better Measure options?

Good day @v-jayw-msft

The issue with that suggestion is my the data on that table is generated using the below column so it doesn't show up in the queries editor.

Overall Performance 249 = IF('DOP-055'[Warehouse]="249",CALCULATE(SUM('Date Table formula'[222]),FILTER('Date Table formula',AND('Date Table formula'[DayMonthYear]>='DOP-055'[Customer Requested Date],'Date Table formula'[DayMonthYear]<='DOP-055'[Depature Date.1]-1))))

Also, aside question regarding the above formula, I would like to add also a return of 'NA' if the result is returned as BLANK, how would I add that into this formula.
Established Member

## Re: Better Measure options?

Hi @Snowy34 ,

Are you want the sum of [222] for each [Warehouse]?

If so, you just need to create a slicer base on [Warehouse] and refer the below measure to modify your measure:
Overall Performance =
VAR a =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( 'Date Table formula'[222] ),
FILTER (
'Date Table formula',
AND (
'Date Table formula'[DayMonthYear] >= 'DOP-055'[Customer Requested Date],
'Date Table formula'[DayMonthYear] <= 'DOP-055'[Depature Date.1] - 1
)
)
)
RETURN
IF ( ISBLANK ( a ), "NA", a )
The result would be shown as below:

Hopefully works for you.

Best Regards,

Jay

Regular Visitor

## Re: Better Measure options?

Thank you @v-jayw-msft  for helping I got it working the way i want 🙂

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