Dear OFT,

I had to calculate a sum using an attribute from a child table and apply it to the parent table. Stefano Ricci suggested the following expression sum(spl.stand[species == '1'].treevolume). This approach started working as intended, summing values based on the filtered species where the code is 1. Now, I am aiming to perform a similar sum operation using multiple attribute filters. it will help me greatly to reduce creating extra fields(attribute). I've tried a script like this: sum(spl.stand[species == '1'][starta == 'tree'].treevolume). However, this script exhibits the same behavior as before. It neither displays any incorrect syntax nor generates any output; instead, it hangs indefinitely, preventing me from progressing to the next page. I am unsure whether my script sum(spl.stand[species == '1'][starta == 'tree'].treevolume) is in an incorrect format or if it's not permissible to filter based on multiple attributes, or if there's another issue altogether. I would greatly appreciate your expert suggestions to resolve this matter. Thank you in advance. -Rajkumar Rimal

asked 17 Aug '23, 17:52

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Dear Rajkumar,
You can combine multiple filters using the and "&&" and or "||" logical operators.
For example, your expression can be something like:

sum(spl.stand[species == '1' && strata == 'tree'].treevolume)

Let us know if it works for you, many thanks.
Open Foris Team

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answered 17 Aug '23, 22:29

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Thank you very much. It is working fine. It means we can use multiple fields to filter. Thank you again.

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answered 18 Aug '23, 03:31

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