This is a tricky one!

I think this should work for youâ€¦

Create a â€śMultiplesâ€ť column and use the following formula:

`[My Table].Filter(Zip=thisRow.Zip).Count()`

Then for your canvas formula, use this:

`[My Table].Sort(false,Multiples).FormulaMap(CurrentValue.Zip+" - "+CurrentValue.State).Unique().Slice(1,2)`

Breakdown of the formula:

**[My Table].Sort(false,Multiples).** - checks the â€śMultiplesâ€ť column and sorts the rows by â€śascending:falseâ€ť.

**FormulaMap(CurrentValue.Zip+" - "+CurrentValue.State)** - the FormulaMap runs through all rows and takes concatenates the current valueâ€™s zip, and state.

**Unique()** - Takes only the unique values

**Slice(1,2)** - Takes only the first two values. Change the â€ś2â€ť for however many you want to list.