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Helper I

## DAX for Average the result of the measure by month

Hi

I would like to average the result from one of my measure (Column B).

According to the above picture, column B is the result from this measure

HC-Resign

HC = CALCULATE(COUNT('HC'[Employee ID]),'Attrition'[PE]="1")

Resign = CALCULATE([Resign], filter(ALL('Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of]),'Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of]<MAX('Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of])))

And after I got the column B, I tried to average them to result in column D, using ALL / FILTER anything that I can think of but it doesn't work.

So anyone please give me the light.

Thank youu!
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Super User

Hi @JULY1

Average =
VAR CurrentDate =
MAX ( 'Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of] )
VAR SelectedMonths =
CALCULATETABLE (
VALUES ( 'Data as of_LookUp'[YearMonth] ),
ALLSELECTED ( 'Data as of_LookUp' ),
'Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of] <= CurrentDate
)
RETURN
AVERAGEX (
SelectedMonths,
VAR CurrentMonth = 'Data as of_LookUp'[YearMonth]
RETURN
CALCULATE (
[HC],
'Data as of_LookUp'[YearMonth] = CurrentMonth,
ALLSELECTED ( 'Data as of_LookUp' )
)
)

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Super User

Hi @JULY1

Average =
VAR CurrentDate =
MAX ( 'Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of] )
VAR SelectedMonths =
CALCULATETABLE (
VALUES ( 'Data as of_LookUp'[YearMonth] ),
ALLSELECTED ( 'Data as of_LookUp' ),
'Data as of_LookUp'[Data as of] <= CurrentDate
)
RETURN
AVERAGEX (
SelectedMonths,
VAR CurrentMonth = 'Data as of_LookUp'[YearMonth]
RETURN
CALCULATE (
[HC],
'Data as of_LookUp'[YearMonth] = CurrentMonth,
ALLSELECTED ( 'Data as of_LookUp' )
)
)

Helper I

Hi @tamerj1

Sorry to bother you again.

It worked at first but after I played around with something else and came back, I found that the result has changed and it's not correct anymore 😢
Could you help me figure this out again.

The result column was from the DAX you provided earlier, it looks like it was divided by 1 in January, 1.99 in February, 2.98 in March, while it should be divided by 1 2 3 respectively in order to calculate the average.

Thank you.

Super User

@JULY1
It is difficult to tell without working on the actual report.

Helper I

Hi @tamerj1 ,

It worked.

Thank you so much. 🙏🙏🙏

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