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BratKat
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Divide by distinct count and get average

Have a new Column calculated from two other existing columns

 

 

Total  = CALCULATE(COUNT('Work Items'[Column1]),'Work Items'[Column2] in {"Item1","Item2" })

 

Dividing by another column using distinctcount

Average = ([Total])/(distinctcount('Work Items'[IncidentID]))

(Number of total divided by number of distinct IncidentsIDs)

Trying to get the Average of the division value but can’t get the average syntax to work with this. 

 

Thank you 

 

 

 

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some_bih
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Hi @BratKat I am sorry, this is not enought to get insight what is your model about. If possible, upload pbi file.





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some_bih
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Hi @BratKat I am sorry, this is not enought to get insight what is your model about. If possible, upload pbi file.





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some_bih
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Hi @BratKat please provide some sample data with expected output.





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BratKat
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This is the calculation am using for this 

SevVols = ([Escort Bookings]+[ICM Incidents])/(distinctcount('Work Items'[IncidentID]))
Escort Bookings and ICM Incidents are count of items, for example 
Escort Bookings and ICM Incidents = 20 
IncidentID is distinctcount of number of actual incidents = 35 
 
 

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