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reibalboaOMG
Helper I
Helper I

sum by rank and cpms

Hi everyone can somebody help me?

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here is my sample data 

in my  powerbi it already have a ranking 

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i need a formula that sum of all cpm by social platform and ranking, on the right screenshot the output will be 8872

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reibalboaOMG
Helper I
Helper I

hi @FreemanZ,

i've filtered the social platform by FB and (all cost/post / all impression) * 1000
total computation of cost/post = 745,200

total computation of impression = 83,994

over all computation (cost:745,200/impression:83,994)*1000 = 8872 

my ranking is base on week of update 01/22 = 1, 01/29 = 2

rank 1 on FB will be 8872

reibalboaOMG_0-1677650101319.png

mine has the wrong output because i could'n figure out the right formula for this

 

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@reibalboaOMG 
Not sure what could go wrong. Even a simple DIVDE/SUM shall do the job unless your data model is more complex that just a single table. In case of mutiple periods or platforms selected you may use the following to obtain correct aggregation.

=
SUMX (
    SUMMARIZE ( 'Table', 'Table'[Social Platform], 'Table'[Rank] ),
    CALCULATE (
        DIVIDE ( SUM ( 'Table'[Cost/Post] ), SUM ( 'Table'[Post Impression] ) ) * 1000
    )
)

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reibalboaOMG
Helper I
Helper I

hi @tamerj1 and @FreemanZ  i have a new problem that i encountered

focus yourself to COST EFFICIENCIES

 

reibalboaOMG_0-1677829060720.png

youtube cpm has 5.97k on the first week

 

reibalboaOMG_1-1677829100409.png

on the second week it has 3.70k which has the right color but if the value did'nt move on the next week it should be red.

 

reibalboaOMG_2-1677829184832.png

cpmvalue = IF('Template (2)'[Postimpcpm] & MAX('Template (2)'[weekrank]) <= 'Template (2)'[Postimpcpm] & MIN('Template (2)'[weekrank]), "#CC6478", "#56AA93"
 
here is my field value formula^

 

 

reibalboaOMG
Helper I
Helper I

hi @FreemanZ,

i've filtered the social platform by FB and (all cost/post / all impression) * 1000
total computation of cost/post = 745,200

total computation of impression = 83,994

over all computation (cost:745,200/impression:83,994)*1000 = 8872 

my ranking is base on week of update 01/22 = 1, 01/29 = 2

rank 1 on FB will be 8872

reibalboaOMG_0-1677650101319.png

mine has the wrong output because i could'n figure out the right formula for this

 

@reibalboaOMG 
Not sure what could go wrong. Even a simple DIVDE/SUM shall do the job unless your data model is more complex that just a single table. In case of mutiple periods or platforms selected you may use the following to obtain correct aggregation.

=
SUMX (
    SUMMARIZE ( 'Table', 'Table'[Social Platform], 'Table'[Rank] ),
    CALCULATE (
        DIVIDE ( SUM ( 'Table'[Cost/Post] ), SUM ( 'Table'[Post Impression] ) ) * 1000
    )
)
FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @reibalboaOMG 

not quite sure how do you get  8872, could you elaborate that?

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