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Filter in DISTINCTCOUNT question

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Using Powerbi I would like to figure out how many staff ate at the restaurant. But I only want them to be counted if they ate at the restaurant more than 5 times during the month. (There are 100's of staff member so DISTINCTCOUNT would need to be part of the measure) 

 

Any help appreciated

 

User_IDMealMonth
Joe SoapMain 1October
Joe SoapMain 1October
Joe SoapMain 1October
Joe SoapMain 4October
Joe SoapMain 5October
Cathy BlackMain 1October
Cathy BlackMain 1October
Cathy BlackMain 2October
Cathy BlackMain 3October
Cathy BlackMain 4October
Stewart LittleMain 5October

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Re: Filter in DISTINCTCOUNT question

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@jacosmit

 

Create a new measure using the following formula

 

Measure = DISTINCTCOUNT(Table[Meal])

Then create a table and add UserID, Month as Dimensions and the measure.

 

See workspace on this link

 

Also you can use the filter pane to filter those who ate more than 5 times

 

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New Contributor
Posts: 420
Registered: ‎04-14-2018

Re: Filter in DISTINCTCOUNT question

[ Edited ]

@jacosmit

 

Create a new measure using the following formula

 

Measure = DISTINCTCOUNT(Table[Meal])

Then create a table and add UserID, Month as Dimensions and the measure.

 

See workspace on this link

 

Also you can use the filter pane to filter those who ate more than 5 times

 

image.png