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Agaidar
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How to calculate average sales by different price points, weeks, products and customers?

Hi Team,

 

Hope this one should easy to crack for you coz I'm strugling to find the answer all this week...

 

If there is any way to calculate average (of sales) filtering by multiple column?

 

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Thanks in advance for you help!

 

 
 
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VasTg
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@Agaidar 

 

Create a table visual with Product,customer,week,price and Average of Units.

 

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The above answer is for Power BI..

 

Mark it as a solution if it solves.

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Thanks for short reply but it's not what I'm looking fo

 

If I do simple average it will calulate average for all rows that I have while I need average by customer, product, week and price...hope it makes sense

 

something like: calculate ( average [sales], filter [price], [customer], [week], [product])....

 

 

 

You can add Slicers for those, That will change.  Can you provide specific examples what you need

I use them now but I have more than 30,000 skus in forecast modeling.

 

So, this is my case:

 

1. System generates forecast at sku/price point level, but sometimes I have to do adjust forecast manually

2. Price point owned by different team and if they update price and I dont have system forecast for this week/customer it's stays as it is.

 

Example: I know that average sales at 5$ for product B at Customer A should be 5000 units for the next 3 weeks but at week 4 I have forecast at 2000 units (this is mistake) -> So, I just I need a raking table with ratio where I can sort biggest outliers I highligh my issues rather than going and check every single customer/product

 

I was thinkig that average by categories will help, coz then I can compare my forecast for particular week vs what average (or max) should....but I need average by price points, customer and sku

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