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## Question Regarding calculate group average

Dear allI was trying to calculate different indicators' average by group. The avergae is total number of cases/total number of people. When I put my dax function as below:

Count_Average_Closed_Cases =
CALCULATE(
DIVIDE(count(f_Cases[CaseNumber]),count(d_users[id])),
f_Cases[Status] = "Closed",
USERELATIONSHIP(f_Cases[Closed_date_c],d_date[Date])
)
The result show exactly not the group average, but the single people's number based on my filter. Any suggestion? Thanks in advance.
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@xiumi_hou can you share the sample data and expected result and also how you want it to behave when you filter the data?

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Post Partisan

Actually I would like to separate into two parts:

1.  I have Five scliers: Year/Month/Group/User Name/Indicators

The goal is to monitor for a single month, what is the perforamce for user A's indicator A (I want to use actual value compare with group average as well as the target value).

I have created several measure for the actual value of each indicator, however, I do not know how to link the target value and how to calculate the average within group and link back to the actual value? below is the sample data:

2. The second condition is exactly same with the previous one, the quesiton is when I calculate average, I use function:

Count_Average_Closed_Cases =
CALCULATE(
DIVIDE(count(Indicator ID),count(d_users[USER id])),
f_Cases[Status] = "Closed",
USERELATIONSHIP(f_Cases[Closed_date_c],d_date[Date])
)

The question is I tried to sum up to count the number of single indicator and divide by the number of user to calculate the group average, but i do not know how to seperate by group? And when I select a fitler, the average is exactly the same as the person I selected.. Thanks!! @parry2k
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@xiumi_hou im not fully clear about your requirement. Could you plese share data in excel file and put expected result in a sheet explaining calculation and will get you the solution.

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Post Partisan

Hello Parry,

Please find the attached excel document. I want to create a chart with the actual value compare with average and target. For example, when I choose the year 2017,month Aug, Group A, User: Sample 1, Indicator: Assessment, I would like to see this users;s actual value(how many assessment held in that month) with target and group A's average in one chart.

Below is the sample data:

https://1drv.ms/x/s!AlqPFuio7_SNielZyCarJMba9i1MfQ

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