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sy898661 Member
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How to create a % On Time measure

Hi!

 

I am trying to create a % On Time Delivery measure, but its not working. I have a column (ATS) that shows if an order is Early (negative number), On Time (0), or Late (positive number) by doing a DATEDIFF between planned and actual delivery date.

 

I have another column (ATS On Time) that is 

=IF(Sheet[ATS] <= 0, 1, 0)

So it has a 1 if the status is Early or On Time, and a 0 if it is Late

 

I have another column (ATS Count) that is

=IF(NOT ISBLANK(Sheet[ATS]), 1, 0)

So it has a 1 if the row has an order status, and a 0 if it is blank

 

So I tried creating a measure (% On Time) that is

=DIVIDE(SUM(Sheet[ATS On Time]) , SUM(Sheet[ATS Count]))

but it is showing 100% when it definitely should be 50%. What am I doing wrong?!

 

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tejaswidmello Established Member
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Re: How to create a % On Time measure

Hi @sy898661 ,

 

I tried with your measure and it works perfectly.

 

I get this output:

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Dont know if this is what your output should look like. however your formula looks correct.

 

Thanks,

Tejaswi

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tejaswidmello Established Member
Established Member

Re: How to create a % On Time measure

Hi @sy898661 ,

 

I tried with your measure and it works perfectly.

 

I get this output:

Capture 3.PNG

Capture123.PNG

 

Dont know if this is what your output should look like. however your formula looks correct.

 

Thanks,

Tejaswi

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Super User
Super User

Re: How to create a % On Time measure

The measure looks correct.  It could be done in one step, without creating the extra tables, but it should work just fine.

 

Do you have an active slicer or filter that could be restricting the dataset?

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Super User
Super User

Re: How to create a % On Time measure

There's also the possiblity that you are displaying the result as a whole number.  .5 rounds up to 1, which would give you this behavior.  If you add another late delivery to your data, does the measure drop to zero?

sy898661 Member
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Re: How to create a % On Time measure

@Cmcmahan @tejaswidmello 

 

I'm not sure what I changed but it started working!!! Haha 🙂

Thank you both for replying!

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