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Pillic
Helper I
Helper I

Measure for Average from below and above Average, Average.

Hello comunity,

 

I was able to summarize the data and calculate the right average based on the summarization.

The measure I created looks like this 

Above/BelowAverage = 

VAR x_AVERAGE =  SUMMARIZE (
      Balken,Balken[STF-Art], 
             Balken[STF-Gehalt],
             Balken[Werk/ Standort], 
      "xx", 
      AVERAGE(Balken[maßg ffcflk, L1]) )

VAR x = AVERAGEX ( x_AVERAGE, [xx] )

Return 
x

This shows me the right values in a table visualisation.

 

Pillic_1-1643393907080.png

 

 

Now I need an additional measure to calculate the average from all values above average and the average from all values below average. (not a conditional formating) 

 

It would be great if someone can point me to the right direction to achieve this.

 

Thanks in advance

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AlexisOlson
Super User
Super User

I think you can tweak what you have just a bit.

AboveAvgerage =
VAR x_AVERAGE =
    SUMMARIZE (
        ALLSELECTED ( Balken ),
        Balken[STF-Art],
        Balken[STF-Gehalt],
        Balken[Werk/ Standort],
        "xx", AVERAGE ( Balken[maßg ffcflk, L1] )
    )
VAR x_TotalAVG = AVERAGEX ( x_AVERAGE, [xx] )
VAR x = AVERAGEX ( FILTER ( x_AVERAGE, [xx] >= x_TotalAVG ), [xx] )
RETURN
    x

 

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AlexisOlson
Super User
Super User

I think you can tweak what you have just a bit.

AboveAvgerage =
VAR x_AVERAGE =
    SUMMARIZE (
        ALLSELECTED ( Balken ),
        Balken[STF-Art],
        Balken[STF-Gehalt],
        Balken[Werk/ Standort],
        "xx", AVERAGE ( Balken[maßg ffcflk, L1] )
    )
VAR x_TotalAVG = AVERAGEX ( x_AVERAGE, [xx] )
VAR x = AVERAGEX ( FILTER ( x_AVERAGE, [xx] >= x_TotalAVG ), [xx] )
RETURN
    x

 

Great!!! that shows me the results, perfect!
Thanks Alexis and everyone else who had a look at this.

ValtteriN
Super User
Super User

Hi,

You could use your measure to filter your data and calculate average from there. E.g.

data:

ValtteriN_0-1643395984816.png

Example:

Average of below average = CALCULATE(AVERAGE('Below/over average'[Value]),FILTER('Below/over average','Below/over average'[Value]<CALCULATE([Average example],ALL('Below/over average'))))
End result:
ValtteriN_1-1643396021821.png



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Hello ValtteriN,

 

thanks for the hint, but it doesnt gives me the expected result or i have a typo:

 

Average of above average = 

  CALCULATE(AVERAGE(Balken[maßg ffcflk, L1]),FILTER(Balken,Balken[maßg ffcflk, L1] < CALCULATE(InterpolationDF28[Above/BelowAverage],ALL(Balken))))

 

The average measure shows me the average from the filtered values in the blue frame. Compared to this is green above and red are the below values. I need a way to calculate the average from green and also from red.

 

Pillic_0-1643399642633.png

 

 

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