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How to correct the Blank into 0 in Card Visual.

Hi, 
I have set a mesure show zero to the card visual when select a particular Status. 
Example, I select status "Healthy" from filter. My other card visual should have change to "0". 

Now, when I select a status, the other card visual remain with same value. It doesn't change to 0.
Here's my current measure that I set:
"Healthy 2 = IF(ISBLANK(CALCULATE(COUNT(Table10[Result 2]), Table10[Result 2] = "Healthy")), 0, CALCULATE(COUNT(Table10[Result 2]), Table10[Result 2] = "Healthy"))"



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Re: How to correct the Blank into 0 in Card Visual.

Hi @pravind96 ,

 

We can use the following measures to fix it:

 

Healthy =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Healthy"
) + 0

 

Infected =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Infectet"
) + 0

 

Precaution =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Precaution"
) + 0

 

Suspected =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Suspected"
) + 0

 

Add a 'Table10', in the calculate formula.


Best regards,

 

Community Support Team _ Dong Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Super User IX

Re: How to correct the Blank into 0 in Card Visual.

Try:

Healthy 2 = 
VAR __MyVar =
	IF(
		ISBLANK(
			CALCULATE(
				COUNT(Table10[Result 2]), 
				Table10[Result 2] = "Healthy"
			)
		), 
		0, 
		CALCULATE(
			COUNT(Table10[Result 2]), 
			Table10[Result 2] = "Healthy"
		)
	)
RETURN
	IF(ISBLANK(__MyVar),0,__MyVar)

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1. Sample data as text, use the table tool in the editing bar
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Re: How to correct the Blank into 0 in Card Visual.

It's still showing the same results as mine. Other card visual doesn't show 0. 

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Community Support
Community Support

Re: How to correct the Blank into 0 in Card Visual.

Hi @pravind96 ,

 

We can use the following measures to fix it:

 

Healthy =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Healthy"
) + 0

 

Infected =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Infectet"
) + 0

 

Precaution =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Precaution"
) + 0

 

Suspected =
CALCULATE (
    COUNT ( 'Table10'[Result 2] ),
    'Table10',
    'Table10'[Result 2] = "Suspected"
) + 0

 

Add a 'Table10', in the calculate formula.


Best regards,

 

Community Support Team _ Dong Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Re: How to correct the Blank into 0 in Card Visual.

Hi, thanks for the answer. It works. 

I found this code earlier. It works too.

Healthy 2 = IF(ISBLANK(CALCULATE(COUNT(Table10[Result 2]), Table10[Result 2] = "Healthy")), 0, CALCULATE(COUNT(Table10[Result 2]), Table10[Result 2] = "Healthy"))

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