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PierreL_HOSTIS
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Creating measure using several aggregating values

Hello everyone, 

 

I'ms struggling in building 3 different measure in Dax Syntax. In fact, I would like to calculate a measure based on the volume into a row divide by the sum of volume of several rows. Here is my usecase :

 

I have a table of country, brand, volumes and price such as below :

Table.PNG

I would like to calculate 3 differents measures. 

The first one is the proportion (in volume) of each brand into a specific country. 

The second one is the difference of price (at a row level) with the average price at a country level.

The third one is the profit by row divided by the total volume of the country. 

Here is the expected table in output : 

Table2.PNG

 

Can someone help me about this stuff ? 

 

Thank you in advance !  

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Super User II
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Re: Creating measure using several aggregating values

First := DIVIDE(SUM(Test[Volume]),CALCULATE(SUM(Test[Volume]),ALLEXCEPT(Test,Test[Country])),0)

Second = SUM(Test[Price])-CALCULATE(AVERAGE(Test[Price]),ALLEXCEPT(Test,Test[Country]))
Third = DIVIDE(SUMX(Test,Test[Volume]*Test[Price]),CALCULATE(SUM(Test[Volume]),ALLEXCEPT(Test,Test[Country])),0)

 





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Super User II
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Re: Creating measure using several aggregating values

First := DIVIDE(SUM(Test[Volume]),CALCULATE(SUM(Test[Volume]),ALLEXCEPT(Test,Test[Country])),0)

Second = SUM(Test[Price])-CALCULATE(AVERAGE(Test[Price]),ALLEXCEPT(Test,Test[Country]))
Third = DIVIDE(SUMX(Test,Test[Volume]*Test[Price]),CALCULATE(SUM(Test[Volume]),ALLEXCEPT(Test,Test[Country])),0)

 





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PierreL_HOSTIS
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Re: Creating measure using several aggregating values

Thank you very much @vimal_parmar, I will test the measure and let you know about the results. 

 

PierreL_HOSTIS
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Re: Creating measure using several aggregating values

It works perfectly !!! Thank you very much @vimal_parmar to make it so easy ! 

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