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Rafapolanco
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How to calculate based on 2 filtered data

Hello Community!

 

I want to get a new variable or measure for represent in a line the ratio between the sum of a variable (filtered by Won) and the sum of the same variable (but filtered by Lost). Here a representation:

 

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I would like to calculate for each person, the ratio Won/lost. How could I do it?

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Rafapolanco , Create new measure like

 

Divide(calculate([number of deals], filter(Table, Table[deal status] ="Won")), calculate([number of deals], filter(Table, Table[deal status] ="Lost")))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Rafapolanco , Create new measure like

 

Divide(calculate([number of deals], filter(Table, Table[deal status] ="Won")), calculate([number of deals], filter(Table, Table[deal status] ="Lost")))

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