troubleshooting Question

Already returning distinct values, need counts for each respective value as well

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If I run this against a ML database:

let $audiences :=
for $doc in xdmp:directory("/myDirectory/")
where fn:contains($doc, 'BLAH')
return $doc/audience

for $audience in distinct-values($audiences)
return $audience

This will return the disctinct values, however I also want the counts for each of these values
Gertone (Geert Bormans)
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