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Moving Benchmark

Hi All,
please I have hit a little snag .. I have a formula that was supposed to calculate the water consumption weekly
but the benchmark I want to be flexible depending on the number of persons available in that week. 
 columns :
Average headcount
week number



one person is assumed to consume a minimum of 1.5 liters weekly


NW Benchmark = Calculate(sumx(FASENV,FASENV[headcount]*1.5),filter(FASENV,FASENV[Location] in{("Average Head Count - Staff House I"),("Average Head Count - Staff House II"),("Average Head Count - Staff House III"),("Average Head Count - Staff House IV"),("Average Head Count - Office")}))


Kindly assist @avanderschilden @Anonymous @HotChilli @Nathaniel_C 

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Hi @gsulaimon ,

One thing I notice off the top is a typo. Is this your actual code?

If this solves your issues, please mark it as the solution, so that others can find it easily. Kudos are nice too.





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still didnt not work.


 yes, this is my code. 


Even with the brackets, it worked. but it not populating the benchmark to be dynamic 

has the average headcount for various weeks and locations differ 




kindly assist 




Kindly assist 

please note that when I used conditional statement to generate the headcounts I had some blanks as result of the other line items which indicated to be nulls but when I tried using it  is still blank even for the ones that had values in them on the table


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