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BHAVIKCHAWLA
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Card visualization showing percent of total

Hi All, I want to show manager's team(agents) performance compared to other team of same region.
Only card and one slicer is present in report. Slicer is of manager and card shows performance of its team as percentage.
 Below is the sample data. Two tables are there.

 

RegionManager_NameAgent_Name
EastKevinApple
EastKevin

Mango

CentralLouisBanana
CentralLouisOrange
EastMarkPineapple
EastLucasWatermelon
IDAgentSales
1Apple60
2Mango40
3Banana30
4Orange70
5Pineapple50
6Watermelon50

 

For example if manager "Kevin" is selected in slicer, then card should show value = (60+40)/(60+40+50+50) = 50%
---Kevin's team/Total sales within Kevin's region
Someone please help me in DAX
Please not percentage will be displayed in card.

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Alex87
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Solution =

VAR __ValuesManager = VALUES(DIM[Agent_Name])
VAR __ValuesRegion = VALUES(DIM[Region])

VAR __Nomin = CALCULATE(SUM(Data[Sales]), Data[Agent] IN __ValuesManager)

VAR __DenomValues =
    CALCULATETABLE(
        VALUES(DIM[Agent_Name]),
        REMOVEFILTERS(DIM),
        DIM[Region]  IN __ValuesRegion
    )
VAR __DeNomin = CALCULATE(SUM(Data[Sales]), REMOVEFILTERS(DIM[Manager_Name]), Data[Agent] IN __DenomValues)

VAR __Result = DIVIDE(__Nomin, __DeNomin)

RETURN
__Result

 

Please consider the Manager_Name slicer coming from the DIM table (Agent_Name, Manager_Name, Region) and

in terms of model : one to many relationship on Agent_Name

 

 if this solution answers your needs please mark it as a solution

 

Best regards,

Alex

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Alex87
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Solution =

VAR __ValuesManager = VALUES(DIM[Agent_Name])
VAR __ValuesRegion = VALUES(DIM[Region])

VAR __Nomin = CALCULATE(SUM(Data[Sales]), Data[Agent] IN __ValuesManager)

VAR __DenomValues =
    CALCULATETABLE(
        VALUES(DIM[Agent_Name]),
        REMOVEFILTERS(DIM),
        DIM[Region]  IN __ValuesRegion
    )
VAR __DeNomin = CALCULATE(SUM(Data[Sales]), REMOVEFILTERS(DIM[Manager_Name]), Data[Agent] IN __DenomValues)

VAR __Result = DIVIDE(__Nomin, __DeNomin)

RETURN
__Result

 

Please consider the Manager_Name slicer coming from the DIM table (Agent_Name, Manager_Name, Region) and

in terms of model : one to many relationship on Agent_Name

 

 if this solution answers your needs please mark it as a solution

 

Best regards,

Alex

Thanks Alex!

 

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