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Calculate Dynamic average time

In my tabe i have each employees timgings for each day.

 

i would like to calculate the average timings for each employee as time range changes.

 

sample data:- 

 

Emp IDTime
1362259:07:31 AM
1362259:36:45 AM
1362259:42:04 AM
1362259:42:11 AM
1362259:42:49 AM
1362259:44:49 AM
1362259:46:44 AM
1362259:48:23 AM
1362259:50:23 AM
1362259:51:27 AM
1362259:53:49 AM
1362259:54:15 AM
1362259:56:39 AM
13622510:05:49 AM
13622510:18:34 AM
13622510:43:22 AM
13622512:35:58 PM

 

I have tried several formulas but i couldnt get what i am expecting.

 

1:-

 

AvgTime = CALCULATE(
		FORMAT(AVERAGE('Table'[Time]),"HH:MM:SS"),
		ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[Emp ID]))

But it is giving me the overall average for that perticular employee irrespective of the date range change from the slicer which is a column from the same table.

 

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IF i change the range in begin_date slicer then the values wont change accordingly.

 

2:- 

AvgTime = CALCULATE(
            FORMAT(AVERAGE('Table'[Table]),"HH:MM:SS"),
            ALLSELECTED('Table'))

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For above dax, it is giving me the average time if i select a perticular id .
but if i choose multiple ids from slicer then it is giving me the above values that is cumulative average for those selected ids.

 

How can i get the average for each indivudual employeees average time which gets changes as the date range values changes.

 

 

Please help.

 

Mohan V.

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Anonymous
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Re: Calculate Dynamic average time

Got by myself..

 

Below query worked.

 

AvgTime = CALCULATE(FORMAT(AVERAGE('Table'[Time]),"HH:MM:SS"),FILTER(ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[Emp ID]),
    'Table'[begin_date] <= MAX('Table'[begin_date])))

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Anonymous
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Re: Calculate Dynamic average time

Got by myself..

 

Below query worked.

 

AvgTime = CALCULATE(FORMAT(AVERAGE('Table'[Time]),"HH:MM:SS"),FILTER(ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[Emp ID]),
    'Table'[begin_date] <= MAX('Table'[begin_date])))

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