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## Last 5 years

Hello! I need if you can help me with the measure "% last 5" where I am trying to get the average percentage of the last accounting years, (Ejcontable column), the measure I use is as follows:

% last 5 =
Where _max = Max(data[EjContable])
Where _min =_max-4
RETURN
CALCULATE([_participacion],FILTER(all(data),data[EjContable]>=_min && data[EjContable]<=_max), REMOVEFILTERS(data[EjContable]))
But the value that returns me is 1 osea 100% when it should be another value.

Example if filter by id 37 should give me a value of 17,36%. because if I add a filter of accounting exercises and choose the last 5 the value it gives me is 17.36% but instead it always gives me 100%.

Can you help me? Thank you.

Attached pbi.

Best regards.

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Community Support

In the EjContable column of other IDs, are there also these numbers 52, 53, 54, 55, 56? If so, tweak your formula to:

``````% last 5 =
VAR _max =
MAX ( data[EjContable] )
VAR _min = _max - 4
RETURN
CALCULATE (
[_participacion],
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( data ),
data[EjContable] >= _min
&& data[EjContable] <= _max
),
REMOVEFILTERS ( data[EjContable] )
)
``````

In your formula, the ALL function take all ID into consideration, replace it to ALLSELECTED to try.

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ kalyj

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Community Support

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Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ kalyj

Community Support

In the EjContable column of other IDs, are there also these numbers 52, 53, 54, 55, 56? If so, tweak your formula to:

``````% last 5 =
VAR _max =
MAX ( data[EjContable] )
VAR _min = _max - 4
RETURN
CALCULATE (
[_participacion],
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( data ),
data[EjContable] >= _min
&& data[EjContable] <= _max
),
REMOVEFILTERS ( data[EjContable] )
)
``````

In your formula, the ALL function take all ID into consideration, replace it to ALLSELECTED to try.

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ kalyj

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

_participacion = DIVIDE([Tn Client],[Tn Exercise])
Tn Client = CALCULATE(SUM(date[TON])
Tn Exercise = CALCULATE (SUM(date[TON]),REMOVEFILTERS(data[Id]))
Thank you.

How can I attach the pbix? It won't let me. Thank you.