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Anonymous
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Using the same data twice (With variations) in a visual

Hello all,

 

Trying to work out how to filter the same column twice in Power Bi service. Here is an example

 

Student A    Test 1    89%

Student B    Test 1    72%

Student C    Test 1    93%

Student D    Test 1    56%

Student A    Test 2    73%

Student B    Test 2    86%

Student C    Test 2    77%

Student D    Test 2    64%

 

I want to build a report for each student (A-D) showing the average overall percentage vs their average overall percentage. I can't seem to make a line graph or bar chart with average overall percentage and then the average percentage of Student A only because it will only let me filter independently when I add the % value twice.

 

I essentially need to put the % column on twice and filter it once for average of Student A, and once for the average of all results.

 

I don't really want to create 2 colmuns on my excel for this as it's convoluted enough!

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thank you!

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Greg_Deckler
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I would suggest creating a measure like this:

 

Measure = AVERAGEX(ALL('Table'),[Score])

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Anonymous
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Can you create measures in Power Bi Service?

 

Thank you

No, you would need access to the Desktop (PBIX) file.


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