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Ben_Alonso Frequent Visitor
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Calculate and visualize a default rate using series within the same column

Hi all, I have a table with 3 columns (Date, Series, Value). I would like to obtain for each different date the division of 2 different Series (that will be the default rate=total default/total credit, in particular be the default rate=BE_4_29.1.1/BE_4_29.1.2). Thank youCaptura.PNG

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Ben_Alonso Frequent Visitor
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Re: Calculate and visualize a default rate using series within the same column

 I already got it!
 
Just with this measure and choosing the more desagregated option for dates in the visualization (as I don't really want a Sum of the values which would be wrong indeed).
Thanks.
 
Tasa_PRUEBA = DIVIDE(CALCULATE(sum(be0429[Value]);be0429[Series]="BE_4_29.1.1");CALCULATE(sum(be0429[Value]);be0429[Series]="BE_4_29.1.2"))Captura.PNG
 

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Ben_Alonso Frequent Visitor
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Re: Calculate and visualize a default rate using series within the same column

Hi, just to clarify it...

I have a table with 3 columns (Date, Series, Value). I would like to obtain for each different Date the division of 2 Series  (the series included are always the same in particular default rate=BE_4_29.1.1/BE_4_29.1.2 so the value for each date is the default rate for it as the values of the 2 Series correspond to that date). Thank you

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Re: Calculate and visualize a default rate using series within the same column

@Ben_Alonso ,

 


@Ben_Alonso wrote:

Hi, just to clarify it...

I have a table with 3 columns (Date, Series, Value). I would like to obtain for each different Date the division of 2 Series  (the series included are always the same in particular default rate=BE_4_29.1.1/BE_4_29.1.2 so the value for each date is the default rate for it as the values of the 2 Series correspond to that date). Thank you


Could you show the expected result? (e.g.: each different date the division of Series)

 

Regards,

Jimmy Tao

Ben_Alonso Frequent Visitor
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Re: Calculate and visualize a default rate using series within the same column

 I already got it!
 
Just with this measure and choosing the more desagregated option for dates in the visualization (as I don't really want a Sum of the values which would be wrong indeed).
Thanks.
 
Tasa_PRUEBA = DIVIDE(CALCULATE(sum(be0429[Value]);be0429[Series]="BE_4_29.1.1");CALCULATE(sum(be0429[Value]);be0429[Series]="BE_4_29.1.2"))Captura.PNG
 

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