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## Countifs result from measures

Hello everyone,

This task would normally be very easy to accomplish on excel, but I have having trouble with DAX.

I have a table which have multiple columns.

I have created a measure to find the KPI by using the Divide function on dax, so my KPI is a measure.

Now I have a table that has those KPI by month for the curent fiscal year and by location:
The value that you see is based on :

KPI = Divide(
SUM(Table1[Column1]),SUM(Table1[Column2]),BLANK())

All I am trying to do is count rows when the KPI is lesser than .80.

So row 1 - 4 will show 0 (as all met the KPI), but row #5 will show 1 because KPI for that month July is 0.66. I want a total count for the rows in this year. On excel I would have just done "=COUNTIF(A1:M1,"<0.8")..  Any guidance would grealy be appreciated.

Regards,

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Hi @windykalra ,

You may create a measure like this:

``````Below =
COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
SUMMARIZE (
'table',
'Table'[Product],
'Table'[Month],
"Kpi",
[Kpi]
),
[Kpi] < 0.96
)
)``````

Best Regards,
Liang
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Community Support

Hi @windykalra ,

You may create a measure like this:

``````Below =
COUNTROWS(
FILTER(
SUMMARIZE (
'table',
'Table'[Product],
'Table'[Month],
"Kpi",
[Kpi]
),
[Kpi] < 0.96
)
)``````

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

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