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## Measure or column for conversion rate

I've been trying to figure this out but it keeps confusing me more and more.

I have a column called "Payment Status" which has the following items:

• Paid
• Partial Payment
• Pending
• Approved
• Remodefy
• Cancelled
• Terminated
• Void

I'm trying to show the "Conversion Rate" which equals count of (paid + partial payment + approved + Terminated)
devided by count of (paid + partial payment + pending + Approved + Cancelled + Terminated)

"Remodify" and "Void" should not be included in any of them.

I want to show it as a visual "Guage", for some reason I can't seem to be able to get the function to work.

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Solution Sage

You can calculated your 2 measures like this:

=
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( DB ),
TREATAS (
{ "Paid""Partial Payment""Approved""Terminated" },
DB[Payment Status]
)
)

=
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( DB ),
TREATAS (
{ "Paid""Partial Payment""Pending""Terminated""Cancelled" },
DB[Payment Status]
)
)

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Solution Sage

You can do it using CALCULATE but we are going to need to see a bit more data in order to provide the exact measure. @SedoSan

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Frequent Visitor

What kind of data?

I have a table called DB, inside it this column called "Payment Status"

Solution Sage

You can calculated your 2 measures like this:

=
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( DB ),
TREATAS (
{ "Paid""Partial Payment""Approved""Terminated" },
DB[Payment Status]
)
)

=
CALCULATE (
COUNTROWS ( DB ),
TREATAS (
{ "Paid""Partial Payment""Pending""Terminated""Cancelled" },
DB[Payment Status]
)
)

Proud to be a Datanaut!

Frequent Visitor

Instead of creating 2 measures I just divided the top over the bottom one.

it worked, didn't know about "TREATAS" function.

Thanks!

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