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I have to count data that are less or equal to a number in one column and to count data that are greater than that number to another column. Any solution anybody?
You can also use the Sum function for conditional aggregate calculations. For example, if a dataset has a field that is named State with possible values Not Started, Started, Finished, the following expression, when placed in a group header, calculates the aggregate sum for only the value Finished:
=Sum(IIF(Fields!State.Value = "Finished", 1, 0))
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