As per the below snapshot I want to create a new measure where the marked percentage numbers should get averaged beacuse it lies under the same category of column A but column B is divided into sub category so, I have to average those numbers but in the total section it should take one percentage (like 40.00% + 53.33% = 46.66% but in the total average calcualtion it should be considered once .
Margin formula = c-d/d
Thanks in advance,
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Hi @eliasayy ,
This is coming up fine at category level. But in the total average instead of 49.56% it should come up 48.70%. That is dividng the average by distinct table[a] values.
Measure = VAR __a = SELECTCOLUMNS('Table'[a]) VAR __Result = AVERAGEX( SUMMARIZE(FILTER(ALL('Table'),[a] IN __a),[a],[b], "__T_margin%",[T_margin%]), [__T_margin%] ) RETURN __Result
Hi @Greg_Deckler ,
Thanks for prompt response!
The final total avergae should come up 48.70% instead of 49.56% . As we will not consider the repetitve percentage values as per the Table[a] disitnct values.
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