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## Combine stats count results

Explorer

Hello all,

I feel kind of dumb even asking this question, but I've been up and down these forums looking for an answer and I just can't seem to figure this out. I have a stats count query that it showing results, and I'm trying to combine two of the results.

So in the picture above you can see "frown" has a count value, but in my case "no" is the same thing as "frown" and "smile" is also the same thing as "yes" so I'm trying to combine those values so the results look like this:
Sentiment Count
Good 7
Meh 26

I know I'll probably have to do some eval statement to combine the two but I just can't seem to figure it out! Any help would be very appreciated!

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Explorer

Of course... Right when I ask the question I figure out the answer. For anyone else who runs into this, I used the below link to find my solution:

The line I added to my query was:

``````| eval Total=case(like(lower(sentiment),"frown"),"Bad", like(lower(sentiment),"no"),"Bad", like(lower(sentiment),"smile"),"Good", like(lower(sentiment),"yes"),"Good", like(lower(sentiment),"meh"),"Meh"),1=1,Total)
| stats count by Total
``````
Explorer

Of course... Right when I ask the question I figure out the answer. For anyone else who runs into this, I used the below link to find my solution:

The line I added to my query was:

``````| eval Total=case(like(lower(sentiment),"frown"),"Bad", like(lower(sentiment),"no"),"Bad", like(lower(sentiment),"smile"),"Good", like(lower(sentiment),"yes"),"Good", like(lower(sentiment),"meh"),"Meh"),1=1,Total)
| stats count by Total
``````
Builder

You can further group like this, with line breaks for readability:

``````| eval Total=case(like(lower(sentiment),"frown") OR like(lower(sentiment),"no"),"Bad",
like(lower(sentiment),"smile") OR like(lower(sentiment),"yes"),"Good",
like(lower(sentiment),"meh"),"Meh",
1==1,Total)
| stats count by Total
``````
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