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Anonymous
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Calculated Column IF condition to get Average Data from One Table on to Another Table

Hi All,

 

I have two tables, joined at on Date with Many to Many cardinalities. 'Table A' has the data in 5 minutes buckets and 'Table B' has the data at a minute level. I want to compare the 'Time_IN' from 'Table B' with StartTime and EndTime from Table A' to get the average of 'Info_Value' for every 5 minutes from 'Table B' on to 'Table A'

 

TABLE A

DateStartTimeEndTime
01/19/20 ||  01/19/20 10:00:00 ||  01/19/20 10:05:00
01/19/20 ||  01/19/20 10:05:00 ||  01/19/20 10:10:00
01/19/20 ||  01/19/20 10:10:00 ||  01/19/20 10:15:00
01/20/20 ||  01/19/20 10:15:00 ||  01/19/20 10:20:00

 

TABLE B

DateTime_INInfo_Value
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:00:00 ||  3
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:01:00 ||  4
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:02:00 ||  5
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:03:00 ||  6
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:04:00 ||  11
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:05:00 ||  12
1/19/20 ||  1/19/20 10:06:00 ||  10

The Dax query I wrote is giving the overall average of Table B

NEW_Column = IF(
COUNTROWS(
FILTER(Table B, 'Table B'[timeIN] >= 'Table A'[start_date_time] && 'Table B'[timeIN] <= 'Table A'[End_date_time])) > 0, AVERAGE('Table B'[Info_Value]))


Expected Output

DateStartTimeEndTimeNew_Column
01/19/20 ||  01/19/20 10:00:00 ||  01/19/20 10:05:00 ||     8.2
01/19/20 ||  01/19/20 10:05:00 ||  01/19/20 10:10:00  ||    ...
01/19/20 ||  01/19/20 10:10:00 ||  01/19/20 10:15:00 ||     ...
01/20/20 ||  01/19/20 10:15:00 ||  01/19/20 10:20:00 ||     ...

 

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try a new column in table A Like

AVERAGEX(FILTER(Table B, 'Table B'[timeIN] >= 'Table A'[start_date_time] && 'Table B'[timeIN] <= 'Table A'[End_date_time]),'Table B'[Info_Value])

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try a new column in table A Like

AVERAGEX(FILTER(Table B, 'Table B'[timeIN] >= 'Table A'[start_date_time] && 'Table B'[timeIN] <= 'Table A'[End_date_time]),'Table B'[Info_Value])

Anonymous
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@amitchandak Thanks that worked, and resolved my issue.

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