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Jackande
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Termination rate depending on dimension

Hello all,

I would like to display the terminations depending on the input channel in PowerBI. In a table I have:

Customer_IDChannelTermination
1noneNo
2D2DNo
3OnlineYes
4ShopYes
5ShopNo

 

I would now like to display the terminationrate in a scaled bar chart.
I can manage the number of terminations per channel. To do this, I simply place the channels on the axis and the number of terminations as values.
But how can I calculate the terminationrate depending on the channel?

 

Thank you in advance for any tips.

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amitchandak
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Super User

@Jackande , Try one of the three measures

 


Divide(calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), filter(Table, Table[Termination] = "YES")), calculate(count(Table[Customer ID])))

 

Divide(calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), filter(Table, Table[Termination] = "YES")), calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), allselected()))

 

Divide(calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), filter(Table, Table[Termination] = "YES")), calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), allexcept(Table, Table[Channel])))

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amitchandak
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Super User

@Jackande , Try one of the three measures

 


Divide(calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), filter(Table, Table[Termination] = "YES")), calculate(count(Table[Customer ID])))

 

Divide(calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), filter(Table, Table[Termination] = "YES")), calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), allselected()))

 

Divide(calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), filter(Table, Table[Termination] = "YES")), calculate(count(Table[Customer ID]), allexcept(Table, Table[Channel])))

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