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ooctaviano
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sum of measure (average)

Hello

 

I have a table like the one I'm pasting below

 

ooctaviano_0-1624932392351.png

I have to main columns I'm using qty (vtas pza) and cost

The issue i'm having is this

I created the following measures

1PROMVENTAS = AVERAGE(VENTAS[Vta Pzas])  - this is the average of units sold 
2COSTOTOTAL = AVERAGE(VENTAS[COSTOPROM]) - this is the price
VTACTOTOTAL = AVERAGEX(VENTAS, VENTAS[COSTOPROM]*[1PROMVENTAS])
ooctaviano_1-1624932603591.png it want it to sum 304.37 from the 5th column,
 
For some reason it does not adds the results of the ids in the table if I do this for the sums instead of average it works, what am I doing wrong.  The following is the case that  works but I need averages of units and costs and then sum of totals.
 
VTACTOTOTAL = AVERAGEX(VENTAS, VENTAS[COSTOPROM]*[1PROMVENTAS])
VTACTOTOTAL = sumX(VENTAS, VENTAS[COSTOPROM]*[1PROMVENTAS])
 
ooctaviano_2-1624932782905.png

 

 
Please advise
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amitchandak
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@ooctaviano , if there are more than one rows for ID, this is what you can use

VTACTOTOTAL = AVERAGEX(VENTAS, VENTAS[COSTOPROM]*[1PROMVENTAS])

 

VTACTOTOTAL new = sumX(values(VENTAS[ID]),[VTACTOTOTAL])

 

or

Can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@ooctaviano , if there are more than one rows for ID, this is what you can use

VTACTOTOTAL = AVERAGEX(VENTAS, VENTAS[COSTOPROM]*[1PROMVENTAS])

 

VTACTOTOTAL new = sumX(values(VENTAS[ID]),[VTACTOTOTAL])

 

or

Can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.

It worked great

Thanks a lot

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