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Chandrarao
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Dax query to calculate % of a category from using existing and display the % in new column

I have a existing cloumn in my dataset which contains text data like below type of catogeries. I am using this column to identify the source which detecting the issue, like this i do have different sources to detecet the issues. The requirement is to create a new column from "NotificationSourceType" column where the NotificationSourceType is only "Monitoring" and i want to calculate percentage of monitoring type issues and calculate the percentagen also display it in new column. This data set will refresh everyday.

 

Ex: If i have 300 issues detected by monitoring out of 700 issues then 300/700*100= 43%. I need DAX query to count "Monitoring" type issues from "NotificationSourceType" column, calculate the percentage of monitoring type issues, and dispaly percentage(%) in new column.

 

NotificationSourceType

Partner
Monitoring
Customer  
Service
Unknown
Other
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Super User III
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Re: Dax query to calculate % of a category from using existing and display the % in new column

@Chandrarao

 

Try this Column

 

Calculated Column =
IF (
    TableName[NotificationSourceType] = "Monitoring",
    DIVIDE (
        CALCULATE (
            COUNT ( TableName[NotificationSourceType] ),
            TableName[NotificationSourceType] = "Monitoring"
        ),
        COUNTROWS ( TableName )
    )
)

 

 

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Super User III
Super User III

Re: Dax query to calculate % of a category from using existing and display the % in new column

@Chandrarao

 

Try this Column

 

Calculated Column =
IF (
    TableName[NotificationSourceType] = "Monitoring",
    DIVIDE (
        CALCULATE (
            COUNT ( TableName[NotificationSourceType] ),
            TableName[NotificationSourceType] = "Monitoring"
        ),
        COUNTROWS ( TableName )
    )
)

 

 

Try my new Power BI game Cross the River

View solution in original post

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