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Mourt
Helper I
Helper I

Incorrect Average Result

Hi 

I have a table that consists of 2 columns (Type,Value) there are some values that are blank means they are Zeros

I want to calculate the average of values including the blanks (ex Average of type A = (0.5+0.2+0)/3 not (0.5 +0.2)/2

I tried 

AVERAGEX(SUMMARIZE(VALUES('Table'[type]),'Table'[type],"_value",AVERAGEX('Table','Table'[value])),[_value])



typevalue
A0.5
A0.2
A 
B0.8
B0.1
C 
D0.3
E0.4
F0.2
F 
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vanessafvg
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Super User

values ignores blanks, it would be best to set those blank values to 0 or use distinctcount which counts blanks





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vanessafvg
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Super User

values ignores blanks, it would be best to set those blank values to 0 or use distinctcount which counts blanks





If I took the time to answer your question and I came up with a solution, please mark my post as a solution and /or give kudos freely for the effort 🙂 Thank you!

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