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Helper III
Helper III

DAX for condition on a measure

Hi All,

 

I have a measure on which I want to check that how many person have scores more than 70%. Measure values in a table format look like as shown below.

Deepak190%
Dinesh240%
Suresh378%
Irfan467%

 

I want count 2 as answer in another measure, but my calculation is not producing correct result. Kindly help

pc_card = SUMX(Scores,IF(CALCULATE([pc_sum], 'Scores'[pc_id])>0.7 =FALSE(),0,1))

 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

@Minakshi , Assume name is the first column , try


countx(filter(summarize(Scores,Scores[Name], "_1",[pc_sum]),[_1] >.7),[Name])

or

SUMX(values(Scores[Name]),IF(CALCULATE([pc_sum], 'Scores'[pc_id])>0.7,1,0))

 

in case you need less than use <



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Resolver III
Resolver III

@Minakshi ,

 

Both of them are measures.. not calculated columns...

 

Percent = DIVIDE( sum(StudentMarks[Marks]),500,0)
for count
Above70 = CALCULATE( COUNT(StudentMarks[Name]), FILTER(StudentMarks, [Percent]>0.7))
 
Note: if this gives you the solution, pls hit like button and mark as complete..
 
Thanks,
Mohammed Adnan

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Super User II
Super User II

Is your % calculation a calculated column or a measure?

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Super User IV

@Minakshi , Assume name is the first column , try


countx(filter(summarize(Scores,Scores[Name], "_1",[pc_sum]),[_1] >.7),[Name])

or

SUMX(values(Scores[Name]),IF(CALCULATE([pc_sum], 'Scores'[pc_id])>0.7,1,0))

 

in case you need less than use <



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Resolver III
Resolver III

@Minakshi ,

 

Both of them are measures.. not calculated columns...

 

Percent = DIVIDE( sum(StudentMarks[Marks]),500,0)
for count
Above70 = CALCULATE( COUNT(StudentMarks[Name]), FILTER(StudentMarks, [Percent]>0.7))
 
Note: if this gives you the solution, pls hit like button and mark as complete..
 
Thanks,
Mohammed Adnan

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