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josstan
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Averaging values based on graph with a measure

Hello i'm a little stumped on how I can go about doing this. 

 

I have a graph that is based of a measure where it takes the max value of column. The axis is the date. I want to create a average based on this graph. Got any ideas?

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V-lianl-msft
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On the analytics tab of the visualization you can choose to add an average line.  Select the measure that you want to average from the dropdown for the measure.

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V-lianl-msft
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On the analytics tab of the visualization you can choose to add an average line.  Select the measure that you want to average from the dropdown for the measure.

Vlianlmsft_0-1634106286052.png

 

parry2k
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@josstan try this measure:

 

Avg = 
AVERAGEX ( VALUES ( YourTable[Date Column] ), [Your Percent Measure] )

 

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