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simo12447
Helper III
Helper III

Filter a column based on the value of another column

Hi All, 

 

stupid question.. but I really cannot fix it..

 

I am trying to distinct count the values in column A excluding the values in column B

 

A- ValueB-Exclude
11
2 
1 
2 
3 
3 
4 

 

The result should be 3... but if I do.. =CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(Table1[A]);ALLEXCEPT(Table1;Table1[B])) doesn't work.. how should I fix it?

 

thanks

Simone

 
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i forget to add formula where 

Measure = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(TableA[Column1]);FILTER(TableA;NOT(TableA[Column1] in VALUES(TableA[Column2]))))

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Bogas
Helper I
Helper I

you can create a new column and filter the page base on true 😃  or another way around 
hope this it will help 
Test.PNG

Not really because this is just a dummy example.. but I want to exclude any value from column B that appears in column A

 

Result:=CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Simone]),FILTER(Table1,Table1[Simone]<>Table1[Exclude]))

 

but the result should be 3.. because I consider the 1 as a value... even if not repeated

 

exampleexample

Please look atention on my solution
you saying you want to show values from column1 where is not in column 2 correct ?
then my IF create value false where the values are iqual 😃

if i filter my page where this column is all ways true you will see 1,4 and 5 excloding 2 and 3

Test.PNG

yes, your solution works in Power BI .. and I learned a new things!! thanks for that.. but I am looking a solution for power query. Let me try to create the same and I will let you know.

the same think but in mesure 😃 is this you want ?

easy.PNG

i forget to add formula where 

Measure = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT(TableA[Column1]);FILTER(TableA;NOT(TableA[Column1] in VALUES(TableA[Column2]))))

I thought I was answering... thank youuu soooo much!!! worked magically 🙂

Chapeau!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

the same as your exemple 😃

aa.PNG

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@simo12447 , try

calculate(distinctCOUNT(Table[A]), Table[B]<>1)

OR
calculate(distinctCOUNT(Table[A]), filter(Table,Table[B]<>1))

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thanks @amitchandak ... but I want to add to any value in column B .. not only 1 since it is an example.

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