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sphillips22 Regular Visitor
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Re: show items with no data as 0 instead of blanks

@Mlekhule  It looks like this is a calcuate column? And then you would like to sum-up the column? If this is the case try:  IF(MONTH('Coal Lab'[Start Date]) =MONTH('Coal Lab'[End Date]),1 ,0).

 

The trick with the +0 applies to creating measures, if you'd prefer to use that method it would look more like:

NoOfBreakdownsSameMonth = CALCULATE(COUNTX('Coal Lab',[<field to count>]),MONTH('Coal Lab'[Start Date]) =MONTH('Coal Lab'[End Date)) + 0

 

Let me know if this helps and/or works.

Mlekhule Frequent Visitor
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Re: show items with no data as 0 instead of blanks

@sphillips22  the 2nd measure calc worked. Thanks you so much.

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psharm10 Visitor
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Re: show items with no data as 0 instead of blanks

Wow @Sean ! I wish i had a thought process like yours. 

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