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how to create metric that indicates # of times or instance where a condition is true

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  • Alex_DeliyskyAlex_Deliysky RND_ADMIN IMG42
    edited October 2019
    Hi @sparkjohanna ,

    It sounds from your explanation that your calculated measurement is dimension only. In such cases, the calculated measurement will always return 0. In order for it to calculated correctly, please add and subtract impressions in the syntax.
    + [Impressions] - [Impressions]

    Having a mapped measurement in the Query "grounds" the calculation.

    Let me know if you still have trouble with the calculated measurement. :)
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