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msuser48
Helper I
Helper I

Find average of values in dataset

I have the following dataset:

 

employee_iddatevisitsslicesmonths
101-02-2022 00:00:00121,2511
122-11-2021 00:00:00122,511
201-03-2022 00:00:00213,514
202-06-2021 00:00:0021514
312-12-2022 00:00:00302,2516
313-12-2022 00:00:00302,2516
314-12-2022 00:00:00302,2516

 

Problem 1: How do I find the AVERAGE [visits] number for DISTINCT employee_Ids?

- Output is a measure with the number 21 in this example, since the calculation is (12+21+30) divided by 3.

- [visits] is always the same number per employee_id, so I need to somehow get DISTINCT employee_ids before I find the average.

 

Problem 2: How do I find the AVERAGE [slices] for each month in the [date] column for each employee_id?

- Output is a measure with the number 2,9 since the calculation is (1,25+2,5+3,5+5+2,25) divided by 5.

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Jihwan_Kim
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Please check the below measures and the attached pbix file.

 

Problem 1 measure: = 
AVERAGEX ( SUMMARIZE ( Data, Data[employee_id], Data[visits] ), Data[visits] )

 

Problem 2 measure: = 
AVERAGEX (
    SUMMARIZE (
        ADDCOLUMNS ( Data, "@month", MONTH ( Data[months] ) ),
        [@month],
        Data[slices]
    ),
    Data[slices]
)

 

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Jihwan_Kim
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Please check the below measures and the attached pbix file.

 

Problem 1 measure: = 
AVERAGEX ( SUMMARIZE ( Data, Data[employee_id], Data[visits] ), Data[visits] )

 

Problem 2 measure: = 
AVERAGEX (
    SUMMARIZE (
        ADDCOLUMNS ( Data, "@month", MONTH ( Data[months] ) ),
        [@month],
        Data[slices]
    ),
    Data[slices]
)

 

If this post helps, then please consider accepting it as the solution to help other members find it faster, and give a big thumbs up.


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