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thebrinery
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comparing sales averages with multiple filters

Hi all,

 

Looking to compare the sales of two products. I want to be able to compare the total and average unit sales for stores that sell Product A only, stores that sell Product B only, and stores that sell both Product A and B. I am stuck determining the best custom measure that can filter for both the store and the product. Any insight?

 

I also wanted to see the distinct count of stores that sell each product and successfully wrote a customer measure for stores that sell Product A only and Product B only, but the function did not work when I tried to filter for both in one measure:

"Count of A & B Stores = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Portal Data'[Store]),FILTER('Portal Data',[Description]="SAUERKRAUT A" && [Description]="SAUERKRAUT B"))

How did I go wrong here? The card read the measure as Blank.

 

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v-yuezhe-msft
Employee
Employee

@thebrinery,

I make a test using the following sample data, and create the measures below.
1.JPG

Count of A&B stores = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Portal Data'[Store]),FILTER('Portal Data','Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT A" || 'Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT B"))

total sales = CALCULATE(SUM('Portal Data'[Sales]),FILTER('Portal Data','Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT A" || 'Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT B"))

average sales = [total sales]/[Count of A&B stores]

If the above DAX don’t help, please share sample data of your  table and post expected result here. Do mask sensitive data before you uploading sample data.


Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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v-yuezhe-msft
Employee
Employee

@thebrinery,

I make a test using the following sample data, and create the measures below.
1.JPG

Count of A&B stores = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Portal Data'[Store]),FILTER('Portal Data','Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT A" || 'Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT B"))

total sales = CALCULATE(SUM('Portal Data'[Sales]),FILTER('Portal Data','Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT A" || 'Portal Data'[Description]="SAUERKRAUT B"))

average sales = [total sales]/[Count of A&B stores]

If the above DAX don’t help, please share sample data of your  table and post expected result here. Do mask sensitive data before you uploading sample data.


Regards,
Lydia

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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