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Calculate Avg Per Category for All Stores (Other Category Not Displayed in Table)

I am in the process of migrating a dashboard fom Tableau to PowerBI. This is how the final result looks:

 Category Avg. of Work Orders Across all Stores Distinct Count of Work Orders for Selected Store Category 1 103.0 129 Category 2 33.1 42 Category 3 38.6 37 Category 4 16.9 35 Category 5 19.1 24

I am displaying the Top 5 Categories by Work Orders Volume for the Selected Store. I have a parameter filter that the user uses to select a store to compare against all other stores in the fleet.

Here are how I am calculating these measures in Tableau:

 Measure How to calculate it Measure Aggregation Distinct Count of Work Orders for Selected Store IF([Store #]=[Store_Parameter]) THEN[Tracking Nbr]END Count Distinct Avg. of Work Orders Across all Stores {INCLUDE [Store #] : COUNTD([Tracking Nbr])} Average

I am having a hard time replicating this in PowerBI as I have been searching and nothing comes up with the result I need to display.

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Solution Sage

My best guess at the measures are:

Distinct Count of Work Orders for Selected Stores =

DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Tracking Nbr])

Avg of Work Orders Across all Stores =

AVERAGEX(

ALL('Table'[Store #]),

DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[Tracking Nbr])

)

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Hi PaulOlding,

You are right, I forgot to post how the source data looks, here is a sample:

 Store Category Tracking Nbr (Unique Value) 1 Category 1 123 1 Category 1 234 1 Category 2 345 1 Category 3 456 1 Category 4 567 2 Category 1 678 2 Category 2 789 2 Category 3 890 2 Category 4 098

I tried your example and I got this result:

 Category Avg. of Work Orders Across all Stores Distinct Count of Work Orders for Selected Store Category 1 129 129 Category 2 42 42 Category 3 37 37 Category 4 35 35 Category 5 24 24

Results for Distinct Count of Work Orders for Selected Store are correct, however as you can see the values are the same for Avg. of Work Orders Across all Stores so this one unfortunately is not correct.

My other question is, once I bring the measure to the table, what should I choose as aggregation for each of these measures? should I just pick: Don't Summarize or should I should Avg?

I just noticed I was creating a New Column rather than a New Measure so this question doesn't make sense.

Thanks,

Anonymous
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To be able to give a formula one has to know the model.

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