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RichWyeth
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Multiple Filters (COUNTROWS)

Hi,

 

I am struggling to get a result for COUNTROWS based on multiple critera.

From the table I am trying to filter all Males with a grade of either C,D or E and to give me the count of rows. 

 

This is what I have:

CALCULATE(COUNTROWS(Tbl_ORG001),Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Gender] = "M",Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Band] = "C",Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Band] = "D",Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Band] = "E")

 

This does not come back with an error, but just displays nothing in the column.

 

Can anyone help?

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CahabaData
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MaleCDEcount = CALCULATE(
                                                 COUNTROWS(Grades),
                                                    FILTER(Grades,Grades[Gender]="M"),
                                                    FILTER(Grades,
                                                         Grades[Grade]="c" || Grades[Grade]="d" || Grades[Grade]="e")

                                                )

 

My table is named 'Grades' - you will want to change this code to your table name.

 

www.CahabaData.com

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wonga
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@RichWyeth

 

Another potential implementation could be:

 

CALCULATE(
    COUNTA(Tbl_ORG001), Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Gender] = "M",
        OR(Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Band] = "C",
            OR(Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Band] = "D", Tbl_ORG001[HCD_Band] = "E",)
)
)

This applies a filter of Male and considers all rows that have a grade of either C, D or E and returns a count of rows that satisfy that filter.

CahabaData
Memorable Member
Memorable Member

MaleCDEcount = CALCULATE(
                                                 COUNTROWS(Grades),
                                                    FILTER(Grades,Grades[Gender]="M"),
                                                    FILTER(Grades,
                                                         Grades[Grade]="c" || Grades[Grade]="d" || Grades[Grade]="e")

                                                )

 

My table is named 'Grades' - you will want to change this code to your table name.

 

www.CahabaData.com

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