Hi @jaddaffon Ideally, you should get the solution as in the below example. Below example is with 3 different states - A,B,C and with 6 models M1-M6 1. Create an input module where you have model state against your model (Dimension of the module) and a line item with 1 as a number. So the dimension is model and there are 2 line items - Model state and count 2. Your target module with model state as a dimension and count as a line item with the formula as written Model State Count.Count[SUM: Model State Count.Model State] The way you are trying to achieve this, 1. You will have to create a module with no dimensions, n(Number of model states) line items with format as model state and values of model state list (A,B,C in my case) in respective line items as below 2. To get the result in 3 different line items now (Count of states A,B,C in my case), you create a module (No Dimension) with 3 different line items and put the following formula pointing to 3 different line items above (Point 1) Model State Count.Count[SUM: Model State Count.Model State, LOOKUP: 'Lookup1'.Model State A] ---- Not able to attach the screenshots. Happy to mail it to you ---- Hope this helps Thanks
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