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Krisztian Frequent Visitor
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Distinct values and count values from multiple columns

 

Hello,

I have a scenario where need to list the distinct regions through multiple columns (Impacted Site.A, Impacted Site. B, etc) and also count how many times they show up in those columns. Can you please advise how it can be done with Power BI?

Thanks.

 

 

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Community Support Team
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Re: Distinct values and count values from multiple columns

Hi @Krisztian,

 

In this scenario, please try this DAX formula to create a calculated table. Add a new column, specify a non-blank value for it.

Table =
UNION (
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.A] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.B] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.C] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.D] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.E] )
)

Column = 1


Then, drag a table visual in your report. 
1.PNG

 

Thanks,
Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Distinct values and count values from multiple columns

Hi @Krisztian,

 

In this scenario, please try this DAX formula to create a calculated table. Add a new column, specify a non-blank value for it.

Table =
UNION (
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.A] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.B] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.C] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.D] ),
    SELECTCOLUMNS ( Site, "SiteList", Site[Impacted Site.E] )
)

Column = 1


Then, drag a table visual in your report. 
1.PNG

 

Thanks,
Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
Krisztian Frequent Visitor
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Re: Distinct values and count values from multiple columns

Thanks Yuliana, works perfectly, appreciate your assistance!

jlynch Frequent Visitor
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Re: Distinct values and count values from multiple columns

this works except, it's not being filtered by my report level filters, it seems since all the values come from a table that is being filtered it should work, any pointers on the filtering?