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Cumulative count until that row date and for the row field value

I have Date and Feature coming from a source and need to add a Cumulative row count until that date and for that feature

I added sample values for the cumulative count

If I only have one feature , the following formula gives the count fine

CumulativeCount = CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(Registrations),   FILTER (ALL(Registrations), [ApprovedDate] <= MAX([ApprovedDate])))

How to add one more filter to count only rows of Feature value in the current row context?

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Super User III

Re: Cumulative count until that row date and for the row field value

@rajanikanthr

ALLEXCEPT helps in doing such calculations for sub categories.

Try this

```CumulativeCount =
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( Registrations ),
FILTER (
ALLEXCEPT ( Registrations, Registrations[Feature] ),
[Date] <= MAX ( [Date] )
)
)```
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Super Contributor

Re: Cumulative count until that row date and for the row field value

@rajanikanthr

```CumulativeCount =
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( Registrations ),
FILTER ( ALL ( Registrations ), [ApprovedDate] <= MAX ( [ApprovedDate] ) ),
VALUES ( Registrations[Feature] )
)```

Thanks,
Xi Jin.

3 REPLIES 3
Super User III

Re: Cumulative count until that row date and for the row field value

@rajanikanthr

ALLEXCEPT helps in doing such calculations for sub categories.

Try this

```CumulativeCount =
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( Registrations ),
FILTER (
ALLEXCEPT ( Registrations, Registrations[Feature] ),
[Date] <= MAX ( [Date] )
)
)```
Try my new Power BI game Cross the River
Super Contributor

Re: Cumulative count until that row date and for the row field value

@rajanikanthr

```CumulativeCount =
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( Registrations ),
FILTER ( ALL ( Registrations ), [ApprovedDate] <= MAX ( [ApprovedDate] ) ),
VALUES ( Registrations[Feature] )
)```

Thanks,
Xi Jin.

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Frequent Visitor

Re: Cumulative count until that row date and for the row field value

Thanks @Zubair_Muhammad and @v-xjiin-msft ..both solutions worked fine..

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