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Anonymous
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DAX optimisation row-wise calculation

Hello guys, need some help.

 

I have to calculate listed employee number - its average employee number.

I have calculated two measures:

Employee count = 
VAR total = CALCULATE(
        DISTINCTCOUNT(Employee[No_]);
        FILTER(ALL('Calendar');
       'Calendar'[Date]<=MAX('Calendar'[Date]));USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar'[Date];Employee[Data_Joined]))
VAR fired =    CALCULATE(
        COUNTA(Employee[Data_Left]);
        FILTER(ALL('Calendar');
       'Calendar'[Date]<=MAX('Calendar'[Date]));USERELATIONSHIP(Employee[Data_Joined];'Calendar'[Date]))
RETURN
IFERROR(total-fired;BLANK())
Listed employee = AVERAGEX('Calendar';Employee[Employee count])
The calculation is ok, but it took quite a long time with uploading to the table.
With new Performance Analyze it shows that it took 79096 ms for the table to upload
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Please, can anyone help me to improve performance?
Pbix file (I can't make active relationships because of additional tables that I use in production)
 
 
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parry2k
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Super User

@Anonymous try this:

 

Listed employee = AVERAGEX(VALUES('Calendar'[Year]),Employee[Employee count])


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Anonymous
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Thanks, @parry2k , for support, but I need this measure to be dynamic.

It should calculate for Year, Month or Day.

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