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GK94
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Calculate average claims of sales location based on selected customer

Hello!
I've been looking for a while but can't seem to find a solution that fixes my problem. 

I need to calculate the average claims of a sales location to use as a benchmark based on the selected customer. I already have a measure that calculates the percentage of claims to sales, but I'm having trouble implementing the location-based benchmark.

 

I've tried the following:

AVG Claims Location= CALCULATE([Claims%], FILTER(ALL(D_CUSTOMERS), D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION] = SELECTEDVALUE(D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION])))
 
Claims% is the measure I use for the claim ratio.
Every customer is linked to a sales location, so when I filter to customer X I want to calculate the average Claims% for the corresponding sales location.
 
Thank you in advance and best regards
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amitchandak
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@GK94 , Try one of the two

 

AVG Claims Location= CALCULATE([Claims%], FILTER(ALL(D_CUSTOMERS), D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION] = MAx(D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION])))

 

 

AVG Claims Location= CALCULATE([Claims%], allexcept(D_CUSTOMERS, D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION] ))

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GK94
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Solved it, the formula I tried first worked, I just filtered on the wrong attribute. Stupid mistake on my part. Thank you for your help anyway!

Best regards

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GK94
New Member

Solved it, the formula I tried first worked, I just filtered on the wrong attribute. Stupid mistake on my part. Thank you for your help anyway!

Best regards

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@GK94 , Try one of the two

 

AVG Claims Location= CALCULATE([Claims%], FILTER(ALL(D_CUSTOMERS), D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION] = MAx(D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION])))

 

 

AVG Claims Location= CALCULATE([Claims%], allexcept(D_CUSTOMERS, D_CUSTOMERS[LOCATION] ))

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Thank you @amitchandak ! I've tried both, but unfortunately in both cases it returns the Claim% for the selected customer, not the sales location of the customer. Any idea why that might be?

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