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nv1950
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How to ignore blanks when counting total percentage

Hi,

 

I'm trying to calculate the overall total percentage it takes for account to be resolved. The measure used to calculate the volume for 6 month is using calculated column, which checks if there is a 6 month since the account went into debt.

 

Calculated column:

EOM6 = if (eomonth(Query1[DateIntoDebt],6) > EOMONTH(today(),-1),1,0)

 

Volume measure:

Mth6 Vol = calculate(count(Query1[AccountID]),filter( Query1[Cure_Status_Enhanced] in {"Mth 1", "Mth 0", "Mth 2","Mth 3","Mth 4", "Mth 5","Mth 6"} && Query1[EOM6] = 0)
 
Percentage measure:
Mth6 %2 = Divide('Measures (2)'[Mth6 Vol],[Total Volume Excluding Zero and Latest],0)
 
As for some accounts the 6 month is not passed, the percentage column is null and overall total percentage shows incorrectly, 64.13% instead of 80's, see below.

 

nv1950_1-1650378949460.png

Is there any way of ignoring these blanks, so the overall total will be correct?

 

Thanks,

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@nv1950 , Try measure like

 

Mth6 %2 = calculate(Divide('Measures (2)'[Mth6 Vol],[Total Volume Excluding Zero and Latest],0), filter(Table,not(isblank([Mth6 Vol]))))

 

or

 

 

Mth6 %2 = calculate(Divide('Measures (2)'[Mth6 Vol],[Total Volume Excluding Zero and Latest],0), filter(values(Table[Month Year]),not(isblank([Mth6 Vol]))))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@nv1950 , Try measure like

 

Mth6 %2 = calculate(Divide('Measures (2)'[Mth6 Vol],[Total Volume Excluding Zero and Latest],0), filter(Table,not(isblank([Mth6 Vol]))))

 

or

 

 

Mth6 %2 = calculate(Divide('Measures (2)'[Mth6 Vol],[Total Volume Excluding Zero and Latest],0), filter(values(Table[Month Year]),not(isblank([Mth6 Vol]))))

Thank you. The second option worked for me. First one gave 100% for all the rows in the column.

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