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Calculate unit price by supply

Hi all!

This must be an easy question to solve, but I'm not clear today and I'm a bit stuck on this.

I have some rows with the consumption for a lot of different supplies and the price I had paid for the invoice in € over years.

What I want is to define a formula which calculates the unity price I'm paying to make a comparison between years and months. For instance the price of the KWh if I have selected electricity in my slicer.

Data is structured in this way (of course I have dim tables for center, dates and type of cons):

 Center Date Consumption Invoice total paid Type of cons. A 01/07/2023 14500 17800€ Electricity A 01/07/2022 15700 19000€ Electricity A 01/07/2023 1400 5600€ Water A 01/08/2023 1450 5738€ Water B 01/07/2023 17800 23000€ Electricity B 01/08/2022 18560 18560€ Electricity

I think the calculus must be done with sumx and divide (price/consumption), selectedvalue for type of cons. but I'm struggling with it.

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Super User

This looks straightforward.

where are you stuck?

Super User

Yes, I got your formula, but total is not correct. Therefore, I was trying to use some kind of sumx

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