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powerbiadmin123
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Total Average with 0% values

Hello Everyone, 

 

I'm trying to find the total average of my fill rate percentages. This is the measure used for my fill rate; 

Fill Rate = (IF(DIVIDE([SumF64],[SumOrderQty])>1,1,DIVIDE([SumF64],[SumOrderQty]))).
 
My problem is that when creating an average measure it works fine until 0% are included, I understand this happens since the zero values are not included when using the if function in the fill rate measure. How could I create an average function that includes all my values even when being zero?

 

 

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@powerbiadmin123 , Try like

 

Fill Rate = (IF(DIVIDE([SumF64],[SumOrderQty],0)>1,1,DIVIDE([SumF64],[SumOrderQty],0))).

HI!

Thank you for your reply! However, I am still having the same issue when calculating my average, this is my measure; 

 

AVG Fill Rate =
VAR __Table =
ADDCOLUMNS(
'REC_HDR_Append',
"__Fill Rate",[Fill Rate 2 ]
)
RETURN
AVERAGEX(__Table,[Fill Rate 2])

 

 

 

Hi @powerbiadmin123 ,

Could you please provide more sample data with Text format and the formula of SumF64 and SumOrderQty in order to make troubleshooting? I just tried to reproce your problem,but it failed.... I can get the correct average value, please check the below screenshot and the attachment for more details.

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Best Regards

Community Support Team _ Rena
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