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mrhish
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Rolled Yield

Hi Community!

I am trying to calculate rolled yield over a time period, but cant get the correct result.

 

DateProcessOK+RTotalYield
19/3-2024Process A201020160.99702381
18/3-2024Process A123412440.991961415
19/3-2024Process B116111830.981403212
18/3-2024Process B182218650.9769437

 

And this is the result over the time period. First sum OK+R and Total per process, then dividing them to get yield per process.

ProcessOK+RTotalYield
Process A324432600.995092025
Process B298330480.978674541

 

Rolled yield = 0.995092025*0.978674541 = 0.973871

I need a measure to do this calculation. Tried with variants of ProductX but cant get the correct rolled yield number. Any help appriciated!

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @mrhish 

please try

Yied =
PRODUCTX (
VALUES ( 'Table'[Process] ),
DIVIDE ( [OK+R Measure], [Total Measure] )
)

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tamerj1
Super User
Super User

Hi @mrhish 

please try

Yied =
PRODUCTX (
VALUES ( 'Table'[Process] ),
DIVIDE ( [OK+R Measure], [Total Measure] )
)

Thanks @tamerj1 Worked like a charm!

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