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hksl Helper I
Helper I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

Many thanks, this works, returns 26! One last question: I did Not add any grouping, so it looks like PBI creates some grouping based on the nature of the data ?

Super User I
Super User I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

Yes, that's how a matrix works. You have a natural hierarchy of data that can be summarized. The formula I suggested and the matrix do the same thing.


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hksl Helper I
Helper I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

Many thanks again. May be there is way to convert "summary of natural hierarchy of data" implemented for 'tbl visual' into DAX statement?  Or extract that 'query' i some other way? To make it easier to apply to visualizations.

Thank you

Super User I
Super User I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

Sure, it's:

 

	SUMMARIZE(
		FILTER(
			TableName,
			TableName[C1] = 96
		),
		TableName[C1],
		TableName[C2],
		TableName[C3]
	)

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hksl Helper I
Helper I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

I mean not-to-write Dax query, but after 'tbl visualization' is created by drag/drop -> generate query using existing 'tbl visualization'.

Super User I
Super User I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

I have no idea what you're asking for. A visual is just a visual. It doesn't generate any query that you can access.


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hksl Helper I
Helper I

Re: Total number of rows in the table visualization with 3 columns

Ok, understood. Many thanks again for all your help

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