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kreneec
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Loop Through Columns To Create a Set

Hello there!

 

I have five columns with the following data:

BaltimoreCincinnatiClevelandPittsburghAFCNorth
748362712

 

My requirement is:  if each column  has a number > 0, then make a set that equals '1'.  So, my output would look like this:

BaltimoreCincinnatiClevelandPittsburghAFCNorth# of Sets
7483627122

 

How do I do this in Power BI using either a measure or column?

 

Thanks in advance 

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kreneec
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Re: Loop Through Columns To Create a Set

Oh, I should mention this would be based on a unique id.  So, I've updated the columns:

 

What it looks like now:

IDBaltimoreCincinnatiClevelandPittsburghAFCNorth
174836271

2

 

What I would like for it to look like:

IDBaltimoreCincinnatiClevelandPittsburghAFCNorth# of Sets
17483627122
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Re: Loop Through Columns To Create a Set

hi @kreneec ,

 

If I understand you correctly, # of sets is the sum of set, so I’m confused about why # of sets is 2 in your table.

Please check following steps if it could solve your problem:

1. Unpivot table by columns except ID.

2. Create measure:

    # of sets = CALCULATE(COUNT('Table'[Value]),FILTER('Table','Table'[Value]>0))

3. Create matrix visual and result would be shown as below:1.PNG

Otherwise, please help me understand why # of sets is 2.

BTW, Pbix as attached, hopefully works for you.

 

Best Regards,

Jay

 

Community Support Team _ Jay Wang

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kreneec
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Re: Loop Through Columns To Create a Set

Hi Jay.

 

Thank you for responding.  The number of sets is defined as "each column has to have greater than or equal to a 1 to define a set."  So, as example:

Baltimore = 74; true;

Cincinnati = 83; true;

Cleveland = 62; true;

Pittsburgh = 71; true;

AFCNorth = 2; true

 

Since every column has more than 1, a set has been completed, i.e. add '1' to the # of sets column.  Now, I need to reiterate again to check to see if another set has been completed.  It has, which means add another '1' to the # of sets column, which means there are only 2 completed sets.  Hope that makes sense.

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Community Support

Re: Loop Through Columns To Create a Set

Hi @kreneec ,

 

Thank you for your patient explanation. Please check following steps as blew and see if the result meet your expectations:

1. Create calculated column:

    set = IF('Table'[Pittsburgh]*'Table'[Cincinnati]*'Table'[Cleveland]*'Table'[Baltimore]*'Table'[AFCNorth]>0,1,0)

2. Create Measure:

    # of sets = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[set]),FILTER(ALLSELECTED('Table'),'Table'[ID]<=MAX('Table'[ID])))

3. Result would be shown as below:

1.PNG

Pbix as attached.

 

Best Regards,

Jay

 

Community Support Team _ Jay Wang

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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