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DAX Measure which Filter values from Table

Hi all!

I am trying to achieve two measures which give me the following:

  1. The total Amount Invoiced of Projects which have an Amount Invoiced greater than 100K.
  2. A count of projects which have a Amount Invoiced greater than 100K.

 

The following table represent the values that I am looking for. So for the measure 1) I am trying to achieve the value of 4,001,015 and for the measure 2) I am trying to achieve the number of 19.

Miguel05_2-1606319932730.png

 

These values are coming from a Table named "Project Transactions", and I am using two Fields: “Project Name” and “Amount Invoiced”. This table is also filtered to when the Amount Invoiced is greater than 100K. 

 

This seems a straight foward problem, but for some reason I am not being successful. I already tried to use Calculate function, and it didnt work the way I want it. 

Any tip on how to solve this? I would be very appreciated!

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Please try this measure expression

 

Invoiced Over 100k =
VAR vSummary =
    SUMMARIZE (
        'Project Transactions',
        'Project Transactions'[Project Name],
        "cInvoiced"SUM ( 'Project Transactions'[Amount Invoided] )
    )
RETURN
    SUMX (
        FILTER (
            vSummary,
            [cInvoiced] >= 100000
        ),
        [cInvoiced]
    )

 

For your count measure, just change the Return to COUNTROWS(FILTER(vSummary, [cInvoiced] >=100000))

 

Regards,

Pat





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Thank you both for tour suggestions 🙂 

Super User IV
Super User IV

@Miguel05 , Try a measure like

sumx(values(Table[Project Name]), if([Amount Invoiced]>100000, [Amount Invoiced], blank()))



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Super User IV
Super User IV

Please try this measure expression

 

Invoiced Over 100k =
VAR vSummary =
    SUMMARIZE (
        'Project Transactions',
        'Project Transactions'[Project Name],
        "cInvoiced"SUM ( 'Project Transactions'[Amount Invoided] )
    )
RETURN
    SUMX (
        FILTER (
            vSummary,
            [cInvoiced] >= 100000
        ),
        [cInvoiced]
    )

 

For your count measure, just change the Return to COUNTROWS(FILTER(vSummary, [cInvoiced] >=100000))

 

Regards,

Pat





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