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mfloresb09
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Averagex with a unique Identifier as a filter

Hey guys,

 

I appreciate the help. I want to create an expression that calculates the average price of different products filtered by a unique identifier in this case a contract number.

 

This is my data:

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This is the expression I am working with but it is not applying the Contract filter and instead it is using the total average on the data.

mfloresb09_1-1653677022838.png

 

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mfloresb09
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Hi, @HenriqueReis Thanks for the reply. So I am using trying to view this information as a value in a matrix that was already created. I was playing with the model relationships and I fixed the issue I was having. I appreciate your help. The above expression was correct.

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mfloresb09
New Member

Hi, @HenriqueReis Thanks for the reply. So I am using trying to view this information as a value in a matrix that was already created. I was playing with the model relationships and I fixed the issue I was having. I appreciate your help. The above expression was correct.

mfloresb09_0-1653678822944.png

 





That's great! haha

 

Regards!

HenriqueReis
Resolver I
Resolver I

Hi,

 

It's simple:

 

Create a measure like this:

 

Measure = average(All contracts advanced[price])

 

Then put your meassure in a card

HenriqueReis_0-1653678221107.png

 

 

And create a slicer and put your contract

HenriqueReis_1-1653678242950.png

 

Select just the contracts you want and then I think it's going to work

 

Regards!

 

 

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