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Anonymous
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Average Sales

Hi Guy,

I'm trying to calculate current Year Avg sales. when i filter to current Year i get this value with sales for this year instead Avg. see DAX below

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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

I agree with vapid128 's reply. I think your average is calcualted based on years and sales measure. I think sales measure should be created by SUM() function.

My Sample:

RicoZhou_0-1655274682177.png

Measure:

Sales_ = SUM('Table'[Sales])
Avg Sales = 
CALCULATE(AVERAGEX(VALUES('Calendar'[Fiscal Year]),[Sales_]))

Result:

RicoZhou_1-1655274732125.png

You see when I select 2022, I could only get average the same as the total in 2022. If you sum to calculate the sales, Power BI will take the same year as a whole.

What kind of result do you want? If you want to get 100 as average in 2022, please do not use sales measure. 

Try this code.

Avg Sales = 
AVERAGEX('Table','Table'[Sales])

Result is as below.

RicoZhou_2-1655275087537.png

 

Best Regards,
Rico Zhou

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

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vapid128
Solution Specialist
Solution Specialist

I am a little bit missunderstand, 

your [sales] should be a sum of somthing

 

Let's say 2021 sales = 200, 2020 sales =100

 

If you select 2021 2020, [sales] = 300, [avg sales] = 150

if you select 2021, [sales] = 200,  [avg sales] =200

 

everytime when you select one year, it is the sales value.

Anonymous
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@vapid128  Everything i select 2022, it give me the same as Total year instead of avg

Hi @Anonymous ,

 

I agree with vapid128 's reply. I think your average is calcualted based on years and sales measure. I think sales measure should be created by SUM() function.

My Sample:

RicoZhou_0-1655274682177.png

Measure:

Sales_ = SUM('Table'[Sales])
Avg Sales = 
CALCULATE(AVERAGEX(VALUES('Calendar'[Fiscal Year]),[Sales_]))

Result:

RicoZhou_1-1655274732125.png

You see when I select 2022, I could only get average the same as the total in 2022. If you sum to calculate the sales, Power BI will take the same year as a whole.

What kind of result do you want? If you want to get 100 as average in 2022, please do not use sales measure. 

Try this code.

Avg Sales = 
AVERAGEX('Table','Table'[Sales])

Result is as below.

RicoZhou_2-1655275087537.png

 

Best Regards,
Rico Zhou

 

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

vapid128
Solution Specialist
Solution Specialist

averagex(values([year]),calculate([sales]))

Anonymous
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@vapid128 
The same thing result

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