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Anonymous
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Calculate Average with Filter in DAX not working

I have a table with a Working Days column, which is integer type, and a Latest Action Date column with date (01/01/2020). I want a DAX measure to calculate the average but only for 2020 dates.

 

 

Latest Submission DateLatest Action Date

Working Days

4/1/20204/4/20204
4/3/20204/5/20202
1/4/20211/5/20211

 

 

 

I tried the following measures I wrote:

 

2020 Avg SLA =
CALCULATE ( AVERAGE ( 'Pivoted Audit Log'[Working Days] ), 'Pivoted Audit Log'[Latest TM Action Date] < 01/01/2021 )
 
2020 Avg SLA Fixed = CALCULATE(
AVERAGE('Pivoted Audit Log'[Working Days]),
FILTER('Pivoted Audit Log', 'Pivoted Audit Log'[Latest TM Action Date] < 01/01/2021))

 

 

Got this error though both times: 

 

Error Message:
MdxScript(Model) (35, 60) Calculation error in measure 'Pivoted Audit Log'[2020 Avg SLA Fixed]: DAX comparison operations do not support comparing values of type Text with values of type Number. Consider using the VALUE or FORMAT function to convert one of the values.

 

 

My objective:

 

A measure that calculates the average in a column, but only for year 2020, and then, another measure that calculates the average in a column but only for year 2021

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , you can create a new column like

 


Work Day =
Var _end = if([Latest Action Date] > Date(2020,12,31),Date(2020,12,31), [Latest Action Date])
return
COUNTROWS(FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(Table[Latest Submission Date])_end),"WorkDay", if(WEEKDAY([Date],2) <6,1,0)),[WorkDay] =1))

 

 

or measure with some group by row id

Work Day =
Var _end = if(max([Latest Action Date]) > Date(2020,12,31),Date(2020,12,31), max[Latest Action Date]))
return
AverageX(Values(Table[RowID]), COUNTROWS(FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(max(Table[Latest Submission Date]),_end),"WorkDay", if(WEEKDAY([Date],2) <6,1,0)),[WorkDay] =1)))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , you can create a new column like

 


Work Day =
Var _end = if([Latest Action Date] > Date(2020,12,31),Date(2020,12,31), [Latest Action Date])
return
COUNTROWS(FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(Table[Latest Submission Date])_end),"WorkDay", if(WEEKDAY([Date],2) <6,1,0)),[WorkDay] =1))

 

 

or measure with some group by row id

Work Day =
Var _end = if(max([Latest Action Date]) > Date(2020,12,31),Date(2020,12,31), max[Latest Action Date]))
return
AverageX(Values(Table[RowID]), COUNTROWS(FILTER(ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(max(Table[Latest Submission Date]),_end),"WorkDay", if(WEEKDAY([Date],2) <6,1,0)),[WorkDay] =1)))

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