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qwertzuiop
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Advocate III

Calculated Column (From Month Values to Average Quarter Values)

Dear Power BI-Community

Following problem to solve:

Let's assume this table:
Rating for Products

ProductMonthRating (Monthly)QuarterAVG Rating (Quarterly) 
A01.01.20224.51 
A01.02.20224.61 
A01.03.20224.714.6
A01.04.20224.42 
A01.05.20224.22 
A01.06.20223.824.1
B01.01.20222.51 
B01.02.20222.91 
B01.03.20222.412.6
B01.04.20222.72 
B01.05.20222.22 
B01.06.20221.922.3


Do you guys know a way to add a calculated column in Power BI which calculates the quaterly average?

Finally I would like to create such a visual (Montly and AVG Quarterly combined)

qwertzuiop_0-1675077918441.png


Thank you very much for your contribution

Cheers

qwertzuiop

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Would you like to try with Bar Chart ?

For comparision Bar can be a good option here

 

Solution = IF( CALCULATE(MAX('Average Rating'[Month]),
ALLEXCEPT('Average Rating','Average Rating'[Quarter]))='Average Rating'[Month],'Average Rating'[Average Column],0)

ribisht17_0-1675084864746.png

With line it can give a false picture

ribisht17_0-1675090565977.png

 

Regards,

Ritesh

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FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @qwertzuiop 

try like:

NewColumn =
AVERAGEX(
   FILTER(
         TableName,
         TableName[Product]=EARLIER(TableName[Product])&&TableName[Quarter]=EARLIER(TableName[Quarter])
    ),
    TableName[Rating (Monthly)]
)
ribisht17
Super User
Super User

@qwertzuiop 

 

Please use this DAX

Average Column = CALCULATE(AVERAGE('Average Rating'[Rating (Monthly)]),ALLEXCEPT('Average Rating','Average Rating'[Product],'Average Rating'[Quarter]))
ribisht17_0-1675079569794.png

 


 

Regards,
Ritesh

Thank you so much for your support @ribisht17
I will accept your answer as solution.

Maybe you can help me out a bit more.
Is there a way to set all the non marked cell to blank.
In this case i would only have one value per quarter

qwertzuiop_0-1675079750618.png
As an example
Don't like that Quarter has also 3 values per Month

qwertzuiop_1-1675079987678.png

 



Cheers
qwertzuiop

 

Would you like to try with Bar Chart ?

For comparision Bar can be a good option here

 

Solution = IF( CALCULATE(MAX('Average Rating'[Month]),
ALLEXCEPT('Average Rating','Average Rating'[Quarter]))='Average Rating'[Month],'Average Rating'[Average Column],0)

ribisht17_0-1675084864746.png

With line it can give a false picture

ribisht17_0-1675090565977.png

 

Regards,

Ritesh

Mark my post as a solution if it helped you| Munde and Kudis (Ladies and Gentlemen) I like your Kudos!! !!
My YT Channel Dancing With Data !! Connect on Linkedin !! PL 300 Certification Series

 

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