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## KPI Visualisation

Hi,

I'm facing the next problem, I have this table

Client   |  Avail. Hours | Spend Hours | Resume Hours

Client1               5                 8                  -3

Client2              15               10                  5

Client3               7                14                 -7

Client4              50               50                  0

I need to show in a KPI the count of clients that have negative values in the column Resum Hours.

If count > 0 Then show red and the count, if <= 0 Then show green.

Thanks

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Community Support Team

## Re: KPI Visualisation

Hi @guilledo24,

You may could create 'resume hours' as a calculated column then we could use count function, because the syntax of Count is Count<column>.

You could refer to the fomula below. Calculated Column resume Hours and Measure resume hours<0.

```Resume Hours = 'Table1'[Avail. Hours]-'Table1'[Spend Hours]

resume hours<0 = var tem= CALCULATE(COUNT('Table1'[Resume Hours]),FILTER(ALL('Table1'),'Table1'[Resume Hours]<0))return  IF( tem>0,tem,-1)```

Here is the ouput.

Best Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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Community Support Team

## Re: KPI Visualisation

Hi  @guilledo24,

You could refer to the steps below.

1. create a calculated colum with the expression below.

`goal = 0`

2. Create a measure with formula below.

```resume hours<0 =
VAR tem =
CALCULATE (
COUNT ( 'Table1'[Resume Hours] );
FILTER ( ALL ( 'Table1' ); 'Table1'[Resume Hours] < 0 )
)
RETURN
IF ( tem > 0; tem; -1 )
```

3. You could create the KPI visual with goal and measure and set the color like below.

More details, you could refer to the test file attached.

Best Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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## Re: KPI Visualisation

Sorry, I forget to tell you that "resume hours" is a measure.

Community Support Team

## Re: KPI Visualisation

Hi @guilledo24,

You may could create 'resume hours' as a calculated column then we could use count function, because the syntax of Count is Count<column>.

You could refer to the fomula below. Calculated Column resume Hours and Measure resume hours<0.

```Resume Hours = 'Table1'[Avail. Hours]-'Table1'[Spend Hours]

resume hours<0 = var tem= CALCULATE(COUNT('Table1'[Resume Hours]),FILTER(ALL('Table1'),'Table1'[Resume Hours]<0))return  IF( tem>0,tem,-1)```

Here is the ouput.

Best Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.