Power bi distinct count with multiple condition

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PowerBi Count with Multiple criteria. I have a dataset that I am trying to calculate ratios for. I am successful with a some but am getting hung up on 1 in particular, Employee/ (GF+Supervisor) So the Count of employees divided by the combined count of General Foreman and Supervisors. My dataset has a column for Job Type (which is either.

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The Related Distinct Count pattern allows you to apply the distinct count calculation to any column in any table in the data model. Instead of just counting the number of distinct count values in the entire table using only the DISTINCTCOUNT function, the pattern filters only those values related to events filtered in another table.

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Or alternatively, you can right click Table and select New column. 2. After creating a new column, you will see the formula bar; rename Resource Burn with default name that is Column. 3.Give a suitable name to the column and write down the formula. After the equal to sign, start typing Related, and select it.

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It looks like you are looking for the count of records per ID, with status as complete. It can be achieved using ALLEXCEPT. The following calculation will give you the desire count at ID level: Count = CALCULATE (COUNT (Sheet1 [ID]),ALLEXCEPT (Sheet1,Sheet1 [ID]),Sheet1 [Status]="Complete").

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