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Anonymous
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## Calculate average on data that are summarized

I have a table with case event data

How do I calculate the average where the durations are first summarised per case, and then divided by total number of cases. When I try now I'm only getting an average per row.

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Anonymous
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Hi @Anonymous ,

Create a measure.

``````Measure = var case_1 = SUMX(ALL('Table'),'Table'[Duration])
var number = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[CaseNumber]),ALL('Table'))
var result = DIVIDE(case_1,number)
return result
``````

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Anonymous
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Hi @Anonymous ,

Please provide some sample data and desired output. How many cases are the above data for？

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Anonymous
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This is sample data from two cases:

I want my average to be:
(546+339+2134+22+5) + (16) / 2 = 3046 + 16 / 2 = 1531
In other words:
total duration of case 1 + total duration case 2 / number of cases.

This should just be a messure so that I can display the average case duration in for example a card

Super User

@Anonymous , Try measures like

Averagex(values(Table[Casenumber]), calculate(sum(Table[Duration In Min])) )

or

Averagex(summarize(Table, Table[Casenumber],"_1", calculate(sum(Table[Duration In Min])) ),[_1])

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