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MBreden
Helper I
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Need help with the calculation of averages

Hi all,
I have a table with retailers, categories and values.

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To calculate the percentage of categories per retailer, I am using a measure from this forum.

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Ret % =

Var _N1=[TT Sum]

Var _N2=CALCULATE(SUM(Data[Value]),FILTER(ALL(Data),[Retailer]=SELECTEDVALUE(DimRetailer[Retailer])))

Return

DIVIDE(_N1,_N2)

 

Now I am still at a loss how to calculate the average of all retailers per category from the result of the measure.

MBreden_3-1685025933016.png 

Any help is appreciated!

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Hi @Anonymous ,

This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you so much!
I have adjusted the formula with AVERAGEX and the results are perfect.

 

Measure = 

VAR _1 =

    SUMMARIZE ( DimRetailer, DimRetailer[Retailer], "aaa", [Ret %] )

RETURN

    IF ( ISINSCOPE ( DimRetailer[Retailer] ), [Ret %], AVERAGEX( _1, [aaa] ) )

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Anonymous
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Hi @MBreden ,

Please have a try.

Create another measure.

Measure =
VAR _1 =
    SUMMARIZE ( DimRetailer, DimRetailer[Retailer], "aaa", [Ret %] )
RETURN
    IF ( ISINSCOPE ( DimRetailer[Retailer] ), [Ret %], SUMX ( _1, [aaa] ) / 4 )

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Hi @Anonymous ,

This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you so much!
I have adjusted the formula with AVERAGEX and the results are perfect.

 

Measure = 

VAR _1 =

    SUMMARIZE ( DimRetailer, DimRetailer[Retailer], "aaa", [Ret %] )

RETURN

    IF ( ISINSCOPE ( DimRetailer[Retailer] ), [Ret %], AVERAGEX( _1, [aaa] ) )

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