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How to get the product of a whole row of numbers

How do you get the same formula "product" from excel on power bi?
I have this measure that calculates the ratio of two dates and then I took a few different averages from this ratio measure like AVG 3, AVG 6.

My question is: How can I get the product of the average row?

here is my excel and power bi link:




Thanks in advance for the help.


Community Support
Community Support

Hi @mluanacruz ,


In DAX, there is the same PRODUCT function as in Excel. But it returns the product of the numbers in a column not a row.

PRODUCT function (DAX) - DAX | Microsoft Learn

You may first unpivot the columns to make rows convert to one column.






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Stephen Tao


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Hi @mluanacruz,


You can use:


Product = IF('Table'[Period]="AVG 3", 'Table'[1-Ult],0) * IF('Table'[Period]="AVG 6", 'Table'[1-Ult],0)


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Hi @Shaurya ,
Thanks for the help.
I am trying to understand your measure. Did you have time to take a look at my Power BI one drive?

Product = IF('Table'[Period]="AVG 3", 'Table'[1-Ult],0) * IF('Table'[Period]="AVG 6", 'Table'[1-Ult],0)

 1) Are you multiplying the AVG 3 * AVG 6? Because my end goal is to get the product of the whole Average 3 row, like the picture, I attached below:



2) Table[period] and Table[1-Ult] - Will the period be the date I am using? but what is Table[1-Ult]?

I am trying to understand a little bit better what you did.

Thanks again for the help.

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