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Helper I
Helper I

Percentage of customers that bought X quantity



I am trying to make a matrix visual in which I have the Product Quantity (across all account opportunities) on columns and account value on the rows. Values in the matrix should be the Number of Accounts with that product quantity divided to number of customers in the Account Value bracket. Something like below.

I have issues with: Quantity (since it's at opportunity level in my table, an account will appear twice if he has bought the same product twice on different opportunities. I want the product quantity at account level; this calculated column did not help: 

_Quantity Account Level = CALCULATE(sum(Transactional[Quantity]),Accounts[Account ID ]=EARLIER(Transactional[Account ID ]),Transactional[Product]=EARLIER(Transactional[Product]))
Also, i created a measure to show me the percentage of accounts for each quantity, that also ain't working fine since at matrix row level the percentages do not add to 100%:
Percentage of Accounts = DIVIDE(CALCULATE([_Number of Distinct Accounts],ALL(Accounts[_Account Value])),CALCULATE(Accounts[_Number of Distinct Accounts],ALL(SFDC[Quantity]),ALL(SFDC[Product])))


Account Value / Quantity12345678x
Accounts Transactional       
Account ID Account ID1Opportunity1Product1Quantity    
Account Value Account ID1Opportunity2Product2Quantity    
  Account ID2Opportunity3Product3Quantity    
  Account ID2Opportunity 4Product 1Quantity    



Not sure if anyone can help defining the two measures to work as intended.


Expected Output:

          Row Total
Account Value / Quantity12345678x 

Community Support
Community Support

Hi @ChPetru,


Your calculation is based on your data model. Please share a sample file with me and show me a screenshot with the result you want. And you can show me more details about your calculate logic. This will make it easier for us to find the solution.


Best Regards,
Rico Zhou


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