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Reuben Regular Visitor
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Calulations with table values

Hi experts!
After doing lot of research in this forum and with the help of some of you, I have built a data table (see attached the pbix file);which shows the productivity in % for diferent machines and differente locations. But this brings me to a final step that Im not able to solve it by myself.
What I am trying to do is to take out from the table below, just the result from Madrid (70,89%) and Barcelona (83,92%) and consolidate both results weighting them according to "total production" measure.

( 70,89% x 52.550 + 83,92 x 135.100 ) / ( 52.550 + 135.100 ) = 80,27%

Here are my measures:

Total Production = sum(Database[Production])

Total Working Hours = sum(Database[Working Hours])

TotalExpectedProduction = sum(Database[Expected Production])

Avexpectedprod = divide(sumx(Database;[TotalExpectedProduction]*[Total Working Hours]);sum(Database[Working Hours]))

YTD Productivity =
CALCULATE (
    DIVIDE (
        SUMX (
            SUMMARIZE (
                Database;
                Database[Matchine];
                "AA"; [Total Production] / ( [Total Working Hours] * [Avexpectedprod] )
            );
            [AA] * [Total Working Hours]
        );
        [Total Working Hours];
        0
    );
    DATESYTD ( Calendar[Date]; "30/06" );
    FILTER (
        ALL ( 'Calendar' );
        'Calendar'[Date] <= MAX ( 'Calendar'[Date] )
            && 'Calendar'[Fiscal Year] = MAX ( 'Calendar'[Fiscal Year] )
    )
)

The tadabase format

 

DataTable.PNG

The output in matrix table and the result that I need to achieve:

 

Sin título.png

Thank you very much for your support

Reub

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Reuben Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Calulations with table values

done!!!

New2 =
DIVIDE (
    CALCULATE (
        SUMX ( VALUES ( Database[Location] ); [YTD Productivity] * [Total Production] );
        Database[Location] = "Barcelona"
            || Database[Location] = "Madrid"
    );
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( Database[Production] );
        Database[Location] = "Barcelona"
            || Database[Location] = "Madrid"
    )
)

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Reuben Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Calulations with table values

First step done!!

New = divide(sumx(values(Database[Location]); [YTD Productivity]*[Total Production]);[Total Production])

Thanks to @MattAllington that published this post https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Subtotaling-with-SUMX-and-Summarize/td-p/216724

Now I have to figure it out how to filter "Madrid" and "Barcelona" in the measure (not with filter panel)

Thank you!!!

Reuben Regular Visitor
Regular Visitor

Re: Calulations with table values

done!!!

New2 =
DIVIDE (
    CALCULATE (
        SUMX ( VALUES ( Database[Location] ); [YTD Productivity] * [Total Production] );
        Database[Location] = "Barcelona"
            || Database[Location] = "Madrid"
    );
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( Database[Production] );
        Database[Location] = "Barcelona"
            || Database[Location] = "Madrid"
    )
)

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