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## Distinct group sum

Hi Guys I just need the dax measure for the following i need to get the distinct productkey sum(productvalue) is this possible to do it in one measure?

Much appreciated guys

 Year BoxKey ProductKey ProductSubcategoryKey Product value 2016 1 61 1680492 45.57100824 2016 1 61 1876760 45.57100824 2016 1 61 1827408 45.57100824 2016 1 61 36732 45.57100824 2016 1 59 3605489 1.0773288 2016 1 60 1829472 6.42357297 2016 1 60 2023932 6.42357297 2016 1 60 386652 6.42357297 2016 1 61 1732332 45.57100824 2016 1 60 1928892 6.42357297 2016 1 60 1827084 6.42357297 2016 1 60 1727724 6.42357297 2016 1 59 332652 1.0773288
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## Re: Distinct group sum

A quick question, say looking at ProductKey =59 and Year=2016. What would the answer you are looking for be?

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## Re: Distinct group sum

[Sum of Value] = sum ( T[Product Value] )

This sum will adjust itself as you start slicing and dicing your data.

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Darek
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## Re: Distinct group sum

Hi Nick_M, thanks for the response

Maybe my question wasn't to clear if you look at the product key and the product value for those product keys are exactly the same.

So i want to be able to actually group all of the productkeys together and devide the product value by the number of ProductSubCategoryKeys because. Looking at Productkey 59 both subcatecorykeys '3605489' and '332652' make up the productvalue of '1.0773288' so i need a new column with new values so I can get the true sum of the value.

Nick_M I hope I am making sense, or I am not even sure if I am over complicating things.

Thanks again

Member

## Re: Distinct group sum

Something like this?

Calculated column

```Expected Result = DIVIDE(
CALCULATE(
SUM('Table'[ProductSubcategoryKey]);
FILTER('Table';
'Table'[ProductKey]=EARLIER('Table'[ProductKey])));
CALCULATE(
COUNT('Table'[ProductKey]);
FILTER('Table';
'Table'[ProductKey]=EARLIER('Table'[ProductKey]))))```

Greets,

Ronald

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## Re: Distinct group sum

Hi Roland,

Not too sure what happens here. But I basically just need in this example Productkey 59's Product value will be 1.0773288/2 because there are 2 product keys of 59. The 1.0773288 is the full amount for the productkey 59, If that makes sense.

So this is what my epected result should be. If it makes sense

 Year BoxKey ProductKey ProductSubcategoryKey Product value Expected Result 2016 1 59 3605489 1.0773288 0.5386644 2016 1 59 332652 1.0773288 0.5386644 1.0773288‬ 2016 1 60 1829472 6.42357297 1.070595495‬ 2016 1 60 2023932 6.42357297 1.070595495‬ 2016 1 60 386652 6.42357297 1.070595495‬ 2016 1 60 1928892 6.42357297 1.070595495‬ 6.42357297 2016 1 60 1827084 6.42357297 1.070595495‬ 2016 1 60 1727724 6.42357297 1.070595495‬ 2016 1 61 1680492 45.57100824 9.114201648‬ 2016 1 61 1876760 45.57100824 9.114201648‬ 2016 1 61 1827408 45.57100824 9.114201648‬ 45.57100824 2016 1 61 36732 45.57100824 9.114201648‬ 2016 1 61 1732332 45.57100824 9.114201648‬ Total 51.99458121
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## Re: Distinct group sum

Magic Roland.

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