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## Average of other measure - is this possible?

Dear Memebrs,

sicne couple of days I'm struggling with PBI on how to calucalte the average of another measure?

Case as follows:

I do have a table with following meaures:

1. Sales per rep
2. Rep Count (distinct count)
3. Business Count (distinct count - how many business given rep supports)
4. Average of business supported by a rep

Table layout

Measure are calculated as follows:

OURep

The only thing I want to achieve is somehow re-calcualte avrage on Manager level to show average of all averages OR sum of all distinct counts on OU level divided by sum of all reps - desired view below:

Desired view

I'm totally vulenrable now - thought it's easy-peasy task but stucked with it for days... Help, please anyone!

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Frequent Visitor

Hello,

thank for you help - already managed to find out the solution for my problem - works like a charm now!

``````# OU* =
COUNTX (
FILTER (
SUMMARIZE (
'DB',
'DB'[Scenario],
'DB'[Sales Rep Number],
'DB'[OU Hierarchy],
"Count OU", COUNT ( 'DB'[OU Hierarchy] ),
"Sales Rep", SUM ( 'DB'[USD] )
),
'DB'[Scenario] = "CY_ACT"
&& [Sales Rep] > 0
),
[Count OU]
)``````
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Frequent Visitor

Hello,

thank for you help - already managed to find out the solution for my problem - works like a charm now!

``````# OU* =
COUNTX (
FILTER (
SUMMARIZE (
'DB',
'DB'[Scenario],
'DB'[Sales Rep Number],
'DB'[OU Hierarchy],
"Count OU", COUNT ( 'DB'[OU Hierarchy] ),
"Sales Rep", SUM ( 'DB'[USD] )
),
'DB'[Scenario] = "CY_ACT"
&& [Sales Rep] > 0
),
[Count OU]
)``````
Community Support

You can refer to the following solution.

Sample data

Create a measure

``````Measure =
VAR a =
SUMMARIZE (
ALLSELECTED ( 'Table' ),
[Manager],
[Column1],
"Average", AVERAGE ( 'Table'[Column3] )
)
RETURN
IF (
ISINSCOPE ( 'Table'[Column1] ),
CALCULATE ( AVERAGE ( 'Table'[Column3] ) ),
AVERAGEX ( FILTER ( a, [Manager] IN VALUES ( 'Table'[Manager] ) ), [Average] )
)
``````

Output

Best Regards!

Yolo Zhu

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Super User

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