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## Normalizing column in matrix that is based on a measure

Hello,

I created the matrix below in power bi. In a nutshell, I'm trying to normalize the "Employee Score" column using the "max" value of that column, but I am finding this to be a challenge for some reason. Employee Score column is based off of a measure.

The calculation  would be "Employee Score"/Max(Employee Score) = Employee Score /0.257.

I have tried MAX, MAXA, and MAXX, but only MAXX(Employee Score) returned a value and that value was not 0.257. Any help in understanding why I cannot directly compute the max value of matrix column would be greatly appreciated.

Best,

Andrew

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@Anonymous try this

``````New Measure =
DIVIDE ( [Employee Score], MAXX ( VALUES ( Table[Auditor] ), [Employee Score] ) )``````

assuming auditor  is an employee or change Table[Auditor] to Table[Employee]

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