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I have issues with the table values not displaying the right values

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So, i wanted to generate a table that shows the number of attendees of a training, grouped by the department. Currently No. attendees is a measure where it is calculated from =calulate(sum(record[train_qty])).


Train_qty in this case is basically a yes or no. If there is a date in the data, the value will be 1 otherwise it will be 0.


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Currently, the department can be obtained from Employee Data and Trained QTY is from record. As both employee code and id is the same, i have decided to establish a relationship with each other so that I can referenced trained qty based on the department from the fields employee data.


However, the results show on the table is showing the same value for all department which is basically the total number of attendees across all department.


Currently number of attendees by dept formula

= CALCULATE(sum(Record[Trained QTY]),USERELATIONSHIP('Employee Data'[Employee Code],Record[Employee ID])).
However, the results did not change. Can anyone help me with this


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Hello @Stan_Lego ,


Have you tried using COUNT function with a condition where the value in Trained Qty is 1?

Also,if you can provide your sample dataset, I can try implementing it for you?



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