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Anonymous
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Count Distinct IDs Based on two Filter Criteria

I have a table with IDs that I would like to create a measure to count the IDs  based on two criteria. 

 

I want to count those IDs when the two criteria match

 

Example

 

If Criteria 1 & 2 are the same, then count how many IDs that fall into that criteria.

 

ID                                        Criteria 1                                                      Criteria 2

1                                         USA                                                              12345678

2                                         USA                                                              12345678

3                                         USA                                                              12345678

 

 

Answer should be 3

 

Thanking you in advance

Joe

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PattemManohar
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@Anonymous Please try this, it will work for both as a "New Column" or "Measure"

 

CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(Test03Count),ALLEXCEPT(Test03Count,Test03Count[Criteria1],Test03Count[Criteria2]))

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Gokul
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Measure = CALCULATE( CALCULATE(COUNT(test[Column1] ),test[Column2]="usa"),test[Column3]="12345678")

Anonymous
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Thank you @Gokul

 

There is multiple matching criteria in the table. Not Only USA or 12345678, there could be Canada and 23456789 or Mexico and 345678910

 

The idea would be to count ids that fall into those criterias.

 

Kind regards

Joe

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