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## How to round up a calculated measure?

I have this measure to calculate No of Visits

No of Visits = CALCULATE (SUM ('Table', [StoreNo]) / 7)

The problem is when I check on the outcomes ( choice of 4) of the visit and the KPIs (7 - which is why divided by 7 as there are 7 rows for each store) on dividing the Count of Visits for some of the outcomes is 0 as the result is  say 0.4 .

My question is what do I need to do to round up the calculated measure?

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Community Support

Hi, @lennox25

You can try the following methods.

``No of Visits = DIVIDE(SUM ('Table'[StoreNo]),7)``
``Measure = ROUND([No of Visits],0)``

Is this the result you expect?
ROUND function (DAX) - DAX | Microsoft Learn

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Community Support Team _Charlotte

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Thank you very much!

Community Support

Hi, @lennox25

You can try the following methods.

``No of Visits = DIVIDE(SUM ('Table'[StoreNo]),7)``
``Measure = ROUND([No of Visits],0)``

Is this the result you expect?
ROUND function (DAX) - DAX | Microsoft Learn

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Charlotte

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Super User

@lennox25 no idea what you are trying to achieve and this measure doesn't look correct to me:

``````Measure = SUM ( Table[Column] ) / 7

or

Measure = COUNTROWS ( Table ) / 7``````

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if you need to round down then use this

ROUNDDOWN([No of Visits],0)

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