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KGooseman Regular Visitor
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Divide sum of one column by sum of another column with applied slicer

I have the below data table. 

 

Loan NumberLoan AmountDivisional bpsDiv Concession $Actual Div BPS
1707292$1,094,1800.5$5,470.900
1801566$456,3001.12$5,110.560
1802860$340,0001.391$4,729.400
1801866$843,4060.45$3,795.330
1803235$502,5000.75$3,768.750
1801466$679,6500.527$3,581.760
1801730$300,0001.115$3,345.000
1715250$222,4001.504$3,344.900
1707887$1,000,0000.332$3,320.000
 $5,438,436 $36,466.60 

 

 

For actual DIV BPS i'm using the below calculation: 

Actual Div BPS = SUM('LoanMaster (2)'[Div Concession $])/Sum('LoanMaster (2)'[Loan Amount])

 

It's not pulling correctly when I have either a Date or Sales Person Slicer applied. Not sure how to get this to work. 

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KGooseman Regular Visitor
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Re: Divide sum of one column by sum of another column with applied slicer

Figured it out! had to do Measures not columns! 1 for each total then divide! 

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KGooseman Regular Visitor
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Re: Divide sum of one column by sum of another column with applied slicer

Figured it out! had to do Measures not columns! 1 for each total then divide! 

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