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PJaeger
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Chart filtering questions. Distinct, Filter, Sum and Labels

I am trying to sort for a production environment, in a chart, the total amount of scrap type per production line. There are frequent entries to the list on each line often with the same scrap types. 

Distinct(Filter('STG-PRD-KA-Scrap','Report Date'=DataCardValue9_4.SelectedDate && Line = ListBox1_5.Selected.Result),'Scrap Quantity').Result

This works but shows multiple entries of scrap type and I want to sum those together. Also when I use Distinct(Filter( I lose the ability to use labels in the chart since everything becomes value. 

Any advice here please?

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @PJaeger ,

The Production Line field name may not be right, but is this what you are after?

AddColumns(
   GroupBy(
      Filter(
         'STG-PRD-KA-Scrap',
         'Report Date'=DataCardValue9_4.SelectedDate && 
         Line = ListBox1_5.Selected.Result
      ),
      "ProductionLine",
      "OtherData"
   ),
   "Quantity",
   Sum(
      OtherData,
      'Scrap Quantity'
   )
)

 

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WarrenBelz
Super User
Super User

Hi @PJaeger ,

The Production Line field name may not be right, but is this what you are after?

AddColumns(
   GroupBy(
      Filter(
         'STG-PRD-KA-Scrap',
         'Report Date'=DataCardValue9_4.SelectedDate && 
         Line = ListBox1_5.Selected.Result
      ),
      "ProductionLine",
      "OtherData"
   ),
   "Quantity",
   Sum(
      OtherData,
      'Scrap Quantity'
   )
)

 

Please click Accept as solution if my post helped you solve your issue. This will help others find it more readily. It also closes the item. If the content was useful in other ways, please consider giving it Thumbs Up.

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Ended up being.

AddColumns( GroupBy( Filter( 'STG-PRD-KA-Scrap', 'Report Date'=DataCardValue9_4.SelectedDate && Line=ListBox1_5.Selected.Result), "Scrap_x0020_Type", "ScrapType" ), "Scrap Quantity", Sum( 'ScrapType','Scrap Quantity') )

But yes very close, thank you sir!

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