Hoping I could have help on the below issue.
I would like to calculate the distinct company ids whose actuals are higher than a fixed value (X)
Here's the formula I used:
ActivePartnerCount = IFERROR(CALCULATE( DISTINCTCOUNT(vTable1[CompanyID]),filter(vTable1,vTable1[Actuals]>X)),0)
If the fixed value(X) is 0, then the formulation is working, but not for other values.
Thanks in advance.
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Hi @ozlemv,You use the IFERROR function in your formula, you create a calculated column based on my understanding.IFERROR(A,B) := IF(ISERROR(A), B, A)The following sub-formula in your formula is right. When the vTable1[Actuals]>X is ture, it will return a value, if the value of vTable1[Actuals] is 0, it will return 0, so the formula will return 0.
As @Mi2n posted, you will get the expected result using the solution given.If you have any other issue, please describe it clearly and sample data for further analysis.Best Regards,Angelia
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How do you calculate your Fixed value 'X'?
Because it is fixed, you do not necessarily need filter function.
If X is fixed:
CALCULATE( DISTINCTCOUNT(vTable1[CompanyID]), vTable1[Actuals]>X) works and is exactly equivalent to
CALCULATE( DISTINCTCOUNT(vTable1[CompanyID]), Filter( All( vTable1[Actuals] , vTable1[Actuals]>X) )
Yes I don't see anything wrong with the Measure!
However I agree with @Datatouille we don't really know what X is - do you hardcode a number? If so it should work.
My guess is, you have a calculated value for X instead of a fixed value. Is that right?
Thanks for your replies.
Actually X is a fixed number. Let's say it's 10000. The formulation is working when X equals to zero, but not with any other number.
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