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Anonymous
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Measure with sum divide and two filters

Hello , 

Please let me know how can I get the following in Power BI. I need a  sum/100 of calumn values that are Negative and from Quarter = Q2 FY21

 

It seem to be a simple task, but I cannot get it matched with my excel results.  The result is -1.33

 

Below is the example table:

 

  
QuarterValue
Q2 FY21    21
Q2 FY21   -43
Q2 FY21   -90
Q1FY21    23
Q4 FY21   -98
  
  
  
result -1.33
  
  

 

Many Thanks!!

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous  I don't know what DAX code @amitchandak provided is going to do, it is not even close to what you asked for, and also it has syntax error. Try following measure:

 

Result = 
DIVIDE ( 
CALCULATE ( 
SUM ( Table[Value] ),
Table[Quarter] = "Q2 FY21",
Table[Value] < 0 
),
100 
)

 

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 yes missed the filter

calculate(sum(Table[Value]), filter(Table[Quarter] ="Q2 FY21" && Table[Value] <0 ))/100

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous You should tag regarding which solution you are referring too otherwise no idea what is not working or what you tried.



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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@amitchandak unfortunately still it is not going to work, take it easy man, and pay attention to the details. Just a piece of advice. Cheers!!



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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous  I don't know what DAX code @amitchandak provided is going to do, it is not even close to what you asked for, and also it has syntax error. Try following measure:

 

Result = 
DIVIDE ( 
CALCULATE ( 
SUM ( Table[Value] ),
Table[Quarter] = "Q2 FY21",
Table[Value] < 0 
),
100 
)

 

Check my latest blog post Compare Budgeted Scenarios vs. Actuals to get a summary of my favourite Power BI feature releases in 2020

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Anonymous
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Thank you!

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous ,  Try a measure like

calculate(sum(Table[Value]), filter(Table[Quarter] ="Q2 FY21"))/100

only negative values

 yes missed the filter

calculate(sum(Table[Value]), filter(Table[Quarter] ="Q2 FY21" && Table[Value] <0 ))/100

Anonymous
Not applicable

Thanks, this works.

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