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Average a sum over specific date range

Hello,

 

I've got a measure which sums up three columns. If I'm looking at a single month then for example it brings back a value of 4000. 

 

What I want to do is if the user selects a date range of more than one month then show the average of that time period as well as being able to show the single month value if a single month is selected.

 

EG March = 3000

Feb = 2000

Jan = 4000

 

Currently when I select last 3 calendar months it'll show 9,000 however I want it to show 3,000 which is the average over 3 months but then revert back to showing 4,000 if just January is selected.

 

Can this be done in a single column or will I have to have it on a seperate one. Sorry it's not a very good explaination!

 

Thanks,

 

Mark

 

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Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Average a sum over specific date range

@mjohnsonvertu , Simple avg should do?

Average(Table[Value])

In case data need to aggregate before
AverageX(Summarize(Table,Table[Month],"_1",sum(Table[Value])),[_1])



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Super User IV

Re: Average a sum over specific date range

@mjohnsonvertu , Simple avg should do?

Average(Table[Value])

In case data need to aggregate before
AverageX(Summarize(Table,Table[Month],"_1",sum(Table[Value])),[_1])



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Re: Average a sum over specific date range

Hi  @mjohnsonvertu 

 

you might consider creating pbix file that will contain some sample data (remove the confidential info), upload the pbix to onedrive for business and share the link to the file. Please do not forget to describe the expected results based on this sample data.

 

 

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