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## Summary Table, Unique Counts, Graphs and Averages - How to incorporate them all?

In my PowerBI dataset I have many columns, but I am trying to build a graph using three columns from my dataset (Created Date, WO# and Part Number. I basically want to be able to show a graph that shows for any given year and month how many unique "WO#"s there were and the average "Part Number Count" per "WO#" for that month.

Does anyone have any ideas on how to easily do this in PowerBI? I could easy do this in PivotTable, but I want this to be automated. The goal would be to answer the following questions.

1. How many unique WO#s were there for a given year/month

2. For a given year/month, what was the average Part Number count per WO#?

Ultimately we want to track " Average Part Numbner Count per WO#" and see it go down month over month.

Hopefully this makes sense!

Thanks!

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Helper II

I appreciate the help. I don't think I explained myself fully, but after looking at what you did in your example, I realized I was over thinking the whole thing, was making it more difficult than it needed to be and was able to solve it using just a couple measures and some math.

Thanks for getting me to think differently!

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Community Support

Hi @mkusler ,

According to your description, I create a sample.

Maybe I didn't fully understand. When we put the year and month in the slicer, the measures created can dynamically change by the slicer.

``WO# Count = DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[WO#])``
``Average Part Number = AVERAGE('Table'[Part Number])``

If the problem is not like this, please feel free to let me know.

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ kalyj

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Helper II

I appreciate the help. I don't think I explained myself fully, but after looking at what you did in your example, I realized I was over thinking the whole thing, was making it more difficult than it needed to be and was able to solve it using just a couple measures and some math.

Thanks for getting me to think differently!

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