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Anonymous
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Get Insured Members with No Claims

Hello,

 

I am looking for some help writing a DAX formula to find the average weight of members who did not have any claims during the year. 

My Table has the total amount of claims for each member by month, as follows:

Month_BracketMemberIDClaimed Amount($)Weight_lbs
201905xyz1000.0220
201905ijw45.12170
201905rtl0110

201906

rtl0110
201906xyz0220
201912eet147.85145

 

so in this contrived example, only member rtl had zero claims throughout 2019, so the average weight would be 110lbs. 

 

Any idea how I would go about doing this in DAX?

 

I am able to write measures that filter the table, but I can't figure out how to operate on the filtered table.

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AlexisOlson
Super User
Super User

Let's do it in two steps. First, calculate the total claims for each member. Then, filter and average.

 

 

AvgWeight =
VAR MemberSummary =
    SUMMARIZE (
        Table1,
        Table1[MemberID],
        "TotalClaimed", SUM ( Table1[Claimed Amount($)] ),
        "Weight", AVERAGE ( Table1[Weight_lbs] )
    )
RETURN
    AVERAGEX ( FILTER ( MemberSummary, [TotalClaimed] = 0 ), [Weight] )

 

 

This assumes all the dates are in the same year.

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AlexisOlson
Super User
Super User

Let's do it in two steps. First, calculate the total claims for each member. Then, filter and average.

 

 

AvgWeight =
VAR MemberSummary =
    SUMMARIZE (
        Table1,
        Table1[MemberID],
        "TotalClaimed", SUM ( Table1[Claimed Amount($)] ),
        "Weight", AVERAGE ( Table1[Weight_lbs] )
    )
RETURN
    AVERAGEX ( FILTER ( MemberSummary, [TotalClaimed] = 0 ), [Weight] )

 

 

This assumes all the dates are in the same year.

Anonymous
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Wow, this is elegant and simple! 

I was trying to use SUMMARIZE but was missing the final step of filtering. Thank you so much.

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