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Resource utilization per month


 I have 4 tables as mentioned in attachment Tasks,Holidays,Leaves,Total.


User1 Scenario:

Considering Total that in Jan20 say we have only total of 9 days of which Holidays tables say we have 3 days off & Leaves table talks about User1 took 1 complete day leave and per day we have 5 Man Hrs.

i could able to get:

Can someone help me out with the logic of TotalWorkingHrs: i tried 
WorkingDays = CALCULATE(VALUES(Tasks[WDwoLeaves])-[LeavesTaken])
which is giving correct value User1: 9-3-1= 5 & User2: 9-3-0.5= 5.5 but TeamUtilization% = sum(WorkingHrs)/noOfUsers is not coming out correctly. Need Help
Leaves TakenHolidaysTotalWorking Hrs

User1: 1 & User2: 0.5

User1:3 & User2: 3Technically : (TotalDays - Leaves -Holidays)*5 Hrs
That totalDays varies from Month-Month
is that Month(UserTaskDate) is Jan then it should take Jan.... 
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Seems like you want:


I have a better version of that in my book along with calculating out % Utilization, etc.


Also, you will likely run into a measures total problem when doing this so. Very common. See my post about it here:

Also, this Quick Measure, Measure Totals, The Final Word should get you what you need:

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Thanks Greg,

for the response, not exactly the same but im stuck in onething how to write DAX for a condition

if Month(Tasks[date]) = Month (Total[date]), which technically if Jan20 then 31-Tasks[WorkingDays], else if Feb20 then 28- Tasks[WorkingDays] and so on.

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