Returns a summary table over a set of groups.
DAX SUMMARIZECOLUMNS function is new in Excel 2016.
SUMMARIZECOLUMNS (<groupBy_columnName>, [< groupBy_columnName >] …, [<filterTable>] …, [<name>, <expression>] …)
|Sr.No.||Parameter & Description|
A fully qualified column reference (Table[Column]) to a base table for which the distinct values are included in the returned table. Each groupBy_columnName column is
with the subsequent specified columns.
A table expression which is added to the filter context of all columns specified as groupBy_columnName arguments.
The values present in the filter table are used to filter before cross-join/auto-exist is performed.
A string representing the column name to use for the subsequent expression specified.
Any DAX expression that returns a single value (not a table).
A table which includes the combinations of values from the supplied columns, based on the grouping specified.
Only rows for which at least one of the supplied expressions return a non-blank value are included in the table returned.
If all expressions evaluate to BLANK/NULL for a row, that row is not included in the table returned.
SUMMARIZECOLUMNS does not guarantee any sort order for the results.
A column cannot be specified more than once in the groupBy_columnName parameter.
= SUMX ( SUMMARIZECOLUMNS (Salesperson[Salesperson], FILTER (Sales, Sales[Region]="South"), "Sales Amount", SUMX (Sales, Sales[Sales Amount])), [Sales Amount] )
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