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Helper I

## Calculate Cumulative Average Overtime

Hi Community,

Need help to calculate cumulative average price per product overtime (since product started to be sold. I can have different dates for different products).

Fact Table

 Product Date [Total Sales] [Quantity] A 31/1/2022 150 3 A 5/5/2022 100 4 A 6/5/2022 10 1 B 30/1/2024 150 6 B 2/2/2024 100 3 C 30/5/2023 100 2 C 5/7/2023 150 2 D 6/6/2022 300 2

I would like to have a measure to be applied in a matrix visual that has a page Date Slicer.

Despite date applied in the slicer, it should show always the Cumulative Average Overtime Measure as follows:

Output for measure:

A - 32.50

B - 27.78

C - 62.50

D - 150

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Community Support

Hi @yellow43 ,

Based on my testing, please try the following methods:

1.Create the simple table.

2.Create the new measure to calculate cumulative average.

``````average_over =
VAR product_sales = CALCULATE(SUM('Fact Table'[Total sales]), ALLEXCEPT('Fact Table', 'Fact Table'[Product]))
VAR product_quantity = CALCULATE(SUM('Fact Table'[Quantity]), ALLEXCEPT('Fact Table', 'Fact Table'[Product]))
RETURN
DIVIDE(product_sales, product_quantity)``````

3.Drag the measure into the matrix visual. The result is shown below.

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

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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Helper I

Thank you @v-jiewu-msft

Community Support

Hi @yellow43 ,

Based on my testing, please try the following methods:

1.Create the simple table.

2.Create the new measure to calculate cumulative average.

``````average_over =
VAR product_sales = CALCULATE(SUM('Fact Table'[Total sales]), ALLEXCEPT('Fact Table', 'Fact Table'[Product]))
VAR product_quantity = CALCULATE(SUM('Fact Table'[Quantity]), ALLEXCEPT('Fact Table', 'Fact Table'[Product]))
RETURN
DIVIDE(product_sales, product_quantity)``````

3.Drag the measure into the matrix visual. The result is shown below.

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

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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