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Include Blanks in a visual

Good evening,

I have created a table showing opportunity stage, seller name, and countrows of opportunities. On the seller name I have checked off “show items with no data.” When I copy the table and and change it to a pie chart to only show opportunity stage and countrow opportunities, I can no longer see blank. What would be the appropriate measure to create so I can count the total number of blanks?

What I am trying to do is show which sellers have no opportunities for a national vendor.

Hopefully I explained what I am looking for thoroughly. I am new to DAX and struggling to find the measure that would help me.

Thank you in advance for looking at my post.

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Hello @aliciab83

Thank you posting your query in Forum…

Can you please share us the PBIX sample file this will help us to assist you.

Thanks
Dharmendar S

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Please also check the How To Mask Sensitive Data thread for some tips on how to mask your pbix file.

share the pbix for better understanding.
But what i get from your description is, you need to use BLANK() function in if else condition.
some thing like that : Table[ column name] = BLANK() or ISBLANK function

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Hi @aliciab83, we noticed that you have not responded to our request above. We are waiting for the masked demo pbix file, images of the entire scenario you are dealing with, screenshot of the data model, details of how you want to visualize a result, and any other supporting links and details. In case there won’t be any activity on it in the next few days, we’ll be tagging this post as Solved.

Hi @aliciab83,

Here are some videos that may help you masking sensitive data and create datasets and data models representative of your problem:

@Dharma Attached is my sample file showing the table I created that shows item with no data.

Sample File.pbix (51.5 KB)

Bumping up this question. PBIX file already provided