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_chris_ Frequent Visitor

DAX question

Hi,

i have a dataset with some columns whereas my problem is only with the following ones:

projectid   operation  value

1           1          50

1           2          50

1           3          50

2           1          70

2           2          70

When i create a diagram  and put the project id on the axis and the value as valu, it sums up the values per project. However, I only want to have one time 50 or 70 per project. Can I achieve this with a measure?

Thx Christian

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Kristjan76 Member

Re: DAX question

I think that you can use this, if I understand this correctly

```Remainder =
SUMX(
SUMMARIZE(
Table,
Table[project],
Table[engineer],
"Remainder",AVERAGE(Table[remainder(project)])
),
[Remainder]
)```
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Kristjan76 Member

Re: DAX question

Hi,

Instead of SUM you can use MAX, MIN, AVERAGE, etc. if the value is always the same for the project. I.e.
Function Name = MAX(Table[value]).

Regards,

Kristjan

_chris_ Frequent Visitor

Re: DAX question

Thx, however, i am afraid my question was not good enough

project  operation engineer remainder(project)

1        1         a         10

1        2         a         10

2        1         a          5

2        2         a          5

3        1         b         20

3        1         b         20

I want to see the remainng work per engineer in a diagram => a=10+5, b=20

Sorry for not having asked the right question in the fiirst go.

BR Chris Super User

Re: DAX question

@_chris_

Ok, but what is the rationale for choosing 10+5 and not 10+5+10+5 for a?

Is it one value per project?  Otherwise, what?

Kristjan76 Member

Re: DAX question

I think that you can use this, if I understand this correctly

```Remainder =
SUMX(
SUMMARIZE(
Table,
Table[project],
Table[engineer],
"Remainder",AVERAGE(Table[remainder(project)])
),
[Remainder]
)```