I have 2 tables and I would want to divide the values per month.
Take note that these values are found in the same table but different metrics type.
1st table has the Metric type Deployment and the 2nd one has P1 & P2.
I wanted to create another Line Chart that would divide September Deployment to September P1 & P2 and will show up in another chart as the result in a September point. Same with October and November.
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@swaggerboy69 , They need to joined with coomon date table then you can do like
divide([Deployment], [P1 & P2])
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@swaggerboy69 you should add a date dimension in your mode which you set a relationship with these two tables on the date column, it will be one to many relationships and then on visuals use date from this new dimension.
For this new calculation, add a new measure based on your logic
New Metric = DIVIDE ( [Metric from Table a], [Metric from table b] ) or New Metric = DIVIDE ( SUM ( TableA[ColumnA] ), SUM ( TableB[Column1] ) + SUM ( TableB[Column2] )
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Hello, I appreciate your response but the numbers are found in the same table and column. Just different metric type which is filtered in the filter pane. Do you have any other ideas?
Or if your idea worked, can you explain step-by-step?
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