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## combine columns

i have 4 columns with A,B,C,D

Have to create another column or measure with sum(A),count(B),Count(C),Count(D)

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## Re: combine columns

As you've stated you need Count in your measure, substitute v-qiuyu-msft's solution with Count

Measure = SUM(Table1[A])& "," & COUNT(Table1[B])&"," & COUNT(Table1[C]) &"," &  COUNT(Table1[D])

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## Re: combine columns

Hi @JAVED,

You can create a measure below:

Measure = SUM(Table1[A])& "," & SUM(Table1[B])&"," & SUM(Table1[C]) &"," &  sum(Table1[D])

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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## Re: combine columns

As you've stated you need Count in your measure, substitute v-qiuyu-msft's solution with Count

Measure = SUM(Table1[A])& "," & COUNT(Table1[B])&"," & COUNT(Table1[C]) &"," &  COUNT(Table1[D])

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## Re: combine columns

But i have filters with A,B,C,D the output have to display only that value when i click on filters For example if i click on A it should display only A value

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## Re: combine columns

Sounds like you need to unpivot the A,B,C & D columns in the table in Power Query and that will give you a single column for the values of A,B,C & D and also another column that attributes A,B,C or D to the value.

You would then be looking at a formula like this:

Measure = CALCULATE(SUM(Table1[Values], Table1[Attributes] = "A")) &","& CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Values], Table1[Attributes] = "B")) &","& CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Values], Table1[Attributes] = "C")) &","& CALCULATE(COUNT(Table1[Values], Table1[Attributes] = "D")