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## Total table

Hello!

I need to take the Total Line from numerous tables and put them in one table! Every green box is a table's total which derives from different filters in each table. The task is to create a table that looks like this:

Column1                        |         Column 2

A1A2 + A3A2 + A3 + A1 + A  |          788

B1B2 + B1B3 + B2 + B + B      |          372

C1C3 + C2C3 + C2 + C            |          452

D                                              |          620

-                                               |           38

Any ideas?

Thanks!

3 REPLIES 3  Community Support

Hi @alex_smith ,

Sorry I'm not very clear about where are the values in green box from. Could you please explain more about the expression "Every green box is a table's total which derives from different filters in each table."

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ kalyj Frequent Visitor

Every green box is a table visual. For example the A1A2 is the total counts of this table. I have renamed the "Total" with A1A2, A3, A1 etc. For instance, A1A2 - 126 means that the total counts (sum of the rows) on this table visual is 126. Each table (i.e. each green box) has different filters on it that is why I have different totals. Basically I need to extract the total of each table and then sum it. Please feel free to ask if it isn't still clear. Frequent Visitor

Another approach that would lead to a possible solution is this:

I want to create a measure that count rows from a table

Measure1 = COUNTROWS(Table1)

and then filter it by three measures:

Measure2 < 0.04

Measure3 < 0.04

Measure4 >= 0.15

Any clues?  