I have this formula.
It is producing this result (which is incorrect)
When I go back to the source I filtered by May 2020 and "injury" and I got this...
As you can see it should be 49.
Any ideas why its deciding to leave 9 off?
I actually figured out why 8 of them are missing... 7 were entry error 1 is counting the column header But I still cant account for 1 missing??
@Jaydpie it's all in your data my friend, it is pretty simple DAX, I'm sure there is some invisible special character, in power query perform clean and trim of your column and see if that helps.
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@Jaydpie does some of these Injury value has space that is not visible and not getting counted in Power BI.
Hey, very highly unlikely as this is data extracted from a content management system, theres no manipulation of the data after the fact...
@Jaydpie well there is no obvious reason, maybe the date has issues, it not getting grouped in May 2020 which you are expecting. or any other filter, don't know.
Share pbix fie to look into it further.
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