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heytherejem Member
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Summarise data in two columns

I have two columns in my raw dataset which contain the values "On Time" or "Not on Time" and only one of the two columns is populated at any given time. See below example.

 

I want a measure that counts the "On Time" and "Not on Time" from both columns. 

 

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Re: Summarise data in two columns

Hi @heytherejem

 

Try these two measures in for instance Card visuals:

 

 

NumberOfOnTime =
CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[14 Day SLA] ), Table1[14 Day SLA] = "On Time" )
    + CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[21 Day SLA] ), Table1[21 Day SLA] = "On Time" )

 

NumberOfNotOnTime =
CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[14 Day SLA] ), Table1[14 Day SLA] = "Not On Time" )
    + CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[21 Day SLA] ), Table1[21 Day SLA] = "Not On Time" )

 

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Super User
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Re: Summarise data in two columns

Hi @heytherejem

 

Try these two measures in for instance Card visuals:

 

 

NumberOfOnTime =
CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[14 Day SLA] ), Table1[14 Day SLA] = "On Time" )
    + CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[21 Day SLA] ), Table1[21 Day SLA] = "On Time" )

 

NumberOfNotOnTime =
CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[14 Day SLA] ), Table1[14 Day SLA] = "Not On Time" )
    + CALCULATE ( COUNT ( Table1[21 Day SLA] ), Table1[21 Day SLA] = "Not On Time" )

 

Code formatted with   www.daxformatter.com

 

heytherejem Member
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Re: Summarise data in two columns

Yep, totally worked. Thanks! See below my fancy new visual.

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Super User
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Re: Summarise data in two columns

@heytherejem

I hadn't seen anything fancier in quite a while I must admit Smiley Happy