SQL Server 2014 MDX Query: Is there a "Like" equivalent where i can column slice the data based on approximate field name?

For example I have the below MDX query where it gives me all the data i want. however i would like to column slice all the 20K DWT's in one column and all the 25K DWT's in another column. Could I replace all the information in the FROM columns section with something like  [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[LIKE %20K DWT%] , [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[LIKE %25K DWT%] ON COLUMNS?

SELECT NON EMPTY Hierarchize({DrilldownLevel({[Voyage].[Vessel Tag].[All]})}) ON COLUMNS ,
       NON EMPTY Hierarchize({DrilldownLevel({[Date].[Month].[All]})}) ON ROWS  
FROM (SELECT ({[Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCSP, 20K DWT, Eco, M],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCSP, 20K DWT, Eco, H],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCSP, 20K DWT, Eco, F],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 20K DWT, Eco, Ma],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 20K DWT, Eco, Le],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 20K DWT, Eco, Ho],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 20K DWT, Eco],
                     [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCSP, 25K DWT, Eco, Marc],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCSP, 25K DWT, Eco, Ho],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCSP, 25K DWT, Eco, Fra],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 25K DWT, Eco, Ma],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 25K DWT, Eco, Le],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 25K DWT, Eco, Hy],
               [Voyage].[Vessel Tag].&[FCCI, 25K DWT, Eco]}) ON COLUMNS  
      FROM [cube])
WHERE ([Date].[Year].&[2017],[Measures].[TCE])
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Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
Paul MaurielloSoftware Programmer Developer Analyst EngineerAuthor Commented:
I tried the below but it still give me all the individual columns. I want to have all the 20K DWT in one column and all the 25K DWT in another

SELECT NON EMPTY Hierarchize({DrilldownLevel({[Voyage].[Vessel Tag].[All]})}) ON COLUMNS ,
       NON EMPTY Hierarchize({DrilldownLevel({[Date].[Month].[All]})}) ON ROWS  
FROM (SELECT ({
               FILTER([Voyage].[Vessel Tag].[Vessel Tag],
                     Instr([Voyage].[Vessel Tag].CurrentMember.Name,'20K DWT') > 0 ),
               FILTER([Voyage].[Vessel Tag].[Vessel Tag],
                     Instr([Voyage].[Vessel Tag].CurrentMember.Name,'25K DWT') > 0 )
             }) ON COLUMNS  
      FROM [cube])
WHERE ([Date].[Year].&[2017],[Measures].[TCE])
Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
We can only filter data in data ?

I think we can use filter ON ROWS..

SELECT {[Measures].[Sales]} ON COLUMNS
    , FILTER([Dim Grp].[Dim Name].[Dim Name]
        , InStr([Dim Grp].[Dim Name].MEMBER_NAME, "xxx") = 1) ON ROWS

FROM [Cube]
WHERE [Dim Time].[Year].&[2016]

see this-
https://www.codeproject.com/Tips/1081150/Wild-Card-in-MDX-Queries
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Paul MaurielloSoftware Programmer Developer Analyst EngineerAuthor Commented:
Ok then maybe a better way to come at this problem is: is there a way to add on 2 calculated columns that sums all the rows with "20 DWT" columns in one column and "25 DWT" columns in another column.

How would I write that in MDX?
Pawan KumarDatabase ExpertCommented:
How about this--

WITH
   MEMBER[measures].[avg price] AS
 '[measures].[sales_sum] / [measures].[sales_n]'
SELECT
   { [measures].[sales_sum] , [measures].[sales_n], [measures].[avg price] }
 ON COLUMNS,
   { [date].[all date].[march], [date].[all date].[april] } ON ROWS
FROM mddbcars

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Paul MaurielloSoftware Programmer Developer Analyst EngineerAuthor Commented:
Thank you. You rock.
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