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Helper III
Helper III

Multiple data points to get a percentage of results

I'm trying to build a report that shows a percentage of times a sale was made by supplier based on multiple items.  So, if the buyer needs a hard hat, what percentage of sales went to what supplier.  If they needed a hard hat and a chainsaw, what's the percentage of success / sales that went to what supplier?



Hard Hat






Bob's Surplus Tools

Tractor and Tool Supplies

Beyond The Build Supply Store



Hard hat, Hammer - 33% Successful sale at Tractor and Tool Supplies, 20% successful sale at Bob's, 25% successful sale at Beyond.

Chainsaw - 100% success at Tractor, Bob's and Beyond.


The percetnages I'm getting are a percetnage of total not broken out by using multiple delta items.  Therfore I'm not able to show where your best probability is for a sale of one or multiple items by supplier.


Any thoughts?

Super User
Super User

Please provide sample data (with sensitive information removed) that covers your issue or question completely, in a usable format (not as a screenshot).

Please show the expected outcome based on the sample data you provided.


This allows members of the Forum to assess the state of the model, report layer, relationships, and any DAX applied.

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