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jmckentr
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Multiple Filter Application for Totals

How would I be able to filter all Detriot inbound and outbound results for a Yes compliance? If I select to filter detroit on inbound it ignores outbound detroit values because there were not any inbound shipments going from the same place.

 

My end result would be Detroit: total compliance = 3.

I would, in the end, have to find total compliance for each location.

 

 

 

InboundOutboundComliant
DetriotNew YorkYes
DetriotNew YorkNo
DetriotNew YorkYes
DetriotNew YorkNo
DetriotNew YorkNo
CincinnatiNew YorkNo
CincinnatiLas VegasYes
CincinnatiLas VegasYes
CincinnatiDetriotYes
CincinnatiDetriotNo
CincinnatiHoustonNo
CincinnatiHoustonYes
CincinnatiTampaYes
New YorkHoustonYes
New YorkTampaNo
New YorkNew JerseyNo
New YorkTorontoNo
   
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Vvelarde Community Champion
Community Champion

Re: Multiple Filter Application for Totals

@jmckentr

 

Hi, One way to solve this:

 

1. Create a New Table with the Cities. (Modeling-New Table)

 

Cities = DISTINCT(UNION(VALUES(Table1[Inbound]),VALUES(Table1[Outbound])))

 

2. Related Both Tables: (Inbound & Outbound with Cities)

 

Relat.pngBoth with Cities

 

3. Create a measure to Count.

 

TotalCompliants =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( Table1[Inbound] ),
    USERELATIONSHIP ( Cities[Cities], Table1[Inbound] )
)
    + CALCULATE (
        COUNT ( Table1[Outbound] ),
        USERELATIONSHIP ( Cities[Cities], Table1[Outbound] )
    )

 

Insert a Slicer with the cities and also a slicer to  Compliants. (or in a Page Filter)

 

 Ready.




Lima - Peru

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Super User I
Super User I

Re: Multiple Filter Application for Totals

@jmckentr
using intersect
here is an example (would need to be reworked)
Plum/Elect =
COUNTROWS (
INTERSECT (
CALCULATETABLE (
DISTINCT ( 'Completed Repairs'[STREET_NAME] ),
'Completed Repairs'[TradeCode] = "Elec"
),
CALCULATETABLE (
DISTINCT ( 'Completed Repairs'[STREET_NAME] ),
'Completed Repairs'[TradeCode] = "Plum"
)
)
)

 


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jmckentr
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Re: Multiple Filter Application for Totals

Is there anyway to have that connected with a slicer? That way tthe viewer can select which location and the report will display the number of yes complaint results.

Vvelarde Community Champion
Community Champion

Re: Multiple Filter Application for Totals

@jmckentr

 

Hi, One way to solve this:

 

1. Create a New Table with the Cities. (Modeling-New Table)

 

Cities = DISTINCT(UNION(VALUES(Table1[Inbound]),VALUES(Table1[Outbound])))

 

2. Related Both Tables: (Inbound & Outbound with Cities)

 

Relat.pngBoth with Cities

 

3. Create a measure to Count.

 

TotalCompliants =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( Table1[Inbound] ),
    USERELATIONSHIP ( Cities[Cities], Table1[Inbound] )
)
    + CALCULATE (
        COUNT ( Table1[Outbound] ),
        USERELATIONSHIP ( Cities[Cities], Table1[Outbound] )
    )

 

Insert a Slicer with the cities and also a slicer to  Compliants. (or in a Page Filter)

 

 Ready.




Lima - Peru

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