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SophRow
Resolver II
Resolver II

Average measure with multiple filters

Hi,

 

I have the following measure which is working: 

 

Measure 2 = 
CALCULATE ( 
    AVERAGE ( India[% Pay Increase] ),
    FILTER(ALL (India), 
    ([Career Step] = "Step 1" && [Current Salary] < 402000)
    ))

 

But i want to add two more filters and I can't get it working!

 

I'd like to add filters for:

  • Career Step = 2 and Current Salary < 598000
  • Career Step = 3 and Current Salary < 966000

All data is in the same table ('India') 

 

Best,

Soph

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@SophRow , Try like

 

Measure 2 =
CALCULATE (
AVERAGE ( India[% Pay Increase] ),
FILTER(ALL (India),
([Career Step] = "Step 1" && [Current Salary] < 402000)
|| ([Career Step] = "Step 2" && [Current Salary] < 598000)
|| ([Career Step] = "Step 3" && [Current Salary] < 966000)
))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@SophRow , Try like

 

Measure 2 =
CALCULATE (
AVERAGE ( India[% Pay Increase] ),
FILTER(ALL (India),
([Career Step] = "Step 1" && [Current Salary] < 402000)
|| ([Career Step] = "Step 2" && [Current Salary] < 598000)
|| ([Career Step] = "Step 3" && [Current Salary] < 966000)
))

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