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Count orders that does not include x (Filter granularity)

Hi,

 

I have a sales tables, with 1 line for every item in an order.

 

My goal is to count the amount of orders that has a revenue below 319,2 and were the order does not include an item from the category "FOOD".

 

Currently I'm using the DAX function below, which work at a line level, but I still get a count of 1, if an order includes a "FOOD" item, and other items as well. Orders that only include "FOOD" are filtered out by the function.

 

How do I convert to formula and adjust the granularity , so it excludes orders as soon as an item from the "FOOD" category appears on the order ID?

 

Thanks.

 

Orders below 319,2, NON-FOOD = 
CALCULATE( COUNTROWS(VALUES(Sale[OrderID])); FILTER(VALUES(Salg[OrderID]);Sale[Sales Revenue] < 319,2); FILTER(Product;Product[MainGroup] <> "FOOD") )

 

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Anonymous
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Re: Count orders that does not include x (Filter granularity)

Made a workaround by creating two different measures, and then calculating the difference between the two, to get my desired result, but surely there must be another way?

 

 

Orders below 319,2 = CALCULATE(
		COUNTROWS(VALUES(Sales[OrderID.]));
		FILTER(VALUES(Sales[OrderID]);Sale[Sales Revenue] < 319,2)
)
																	

 

 

Orders below 319,2 that includes FOOD:

Orders below 319,2 incl. FOOD = CALCULATE(
		COUNTROWS(VALUES(Sales[OrderID]));
			FILTER(VALUES(Sales[OrderID]);Sales[Sales Revenue] < 319,2);
			FILTER(Product;Product[MainGroup] = "FOOD")
)

 

 

Orders that doesn't include food:

Orders below 319, ex FOOD = [Orders below 319,2] - [Orders below 319,2 incl. FOOD]

 

 

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Super User I
Super User I

Re: Count orders that does not include x (Filter granularity)

When you're in CALCULATE, everything *after* the value to be calculated (in your case COUNTROWS(VALUES(Sale[OrderID])) ) contains an implicit FILTER.  So you should be able to just put the conditions you are looking for in the CALCULATE statement:

 

Orders below 319,2, NON-FOOD = 
CALCULATE(
	COUNTROWS(VALUES(Sale[OrderID]));
	  Sale[Sales Revenue] < 319,2;
	  Product[MainGroup] <> "FOOD"
)

Hope this helps

 

David

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