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## Power BI Matrix Calculated Column

I created the matrix below and I have page filters based on id and month.

Is there a way for me to create a calculated column that does Failures/Flights? I tried creating it as an additional column on my data, but is not dynamic by months/ids filtered.

Thank you!

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Hi there

When you say a column that does Failures/Flights, would you want a combination of both of them?

If so you could create a New Measure with the following: Flights & Failures = SUM(Table[Flights]) + SUM(Table[Failures])

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I solved it by creating a new measure instead of a new quick measure.

Flights/Failures = DIVIDE(SUM('Table'[Failures Count]),SUM('Table'[Flight Count]))
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Well done, it is always an amazing feeling when you can solve it!

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Super User
Hi there

When you say a column that does Failures/Flights, would you want a combination of both of them?

If so you could create a New Measure with the following: Flights & Failures = SUM(Table[Flights]) + SUM(Table[Failures])

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Hi Gilbert,

No, I need Failures divided by Flights but it has to be dynamic based on the parameters chosen for the matrix.

I have Filters by ID and Month.

Thanks!

Frequent Visitor

I solved it by creating a new measure instead of a new quick measure.

Flights/Failures = DIVIDE(SUM('Table'[Failures Count]),SUM('Table'[Flight Count]))
Super User
Well done, it is always an amazing feeling when you can solve it!

Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

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