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# Measure that averages District Office and Total Company sales per week

I have appended a table to include sales for Salespeople.  Each Salesperson belongs to a District Office.  I have included a slicer that slicers first by District Office and then Salesperson

I would like to create 2 additional measures to include in a clustered column chart: one that averages all sales in each District Office and then one that averages all sales for the entire office (everyone, I guess you could say average all sales per District Office or all sales of every salesperson).

I would like these 2 measures to be independent of the slicers...so when someone selects "New York" and "Stan Smith" for instance they would see a sales bar for Stan Smith as well as the New York office and then the entire firm.

The final wrinkle...The axis on my chart is by weekending date.  So ideally the 2 additional measures would average all sales in that particular week.  THe idea is so that sales staff can see their performance for the week compared to the DO as well as the company.

This really neat measure was created that gets me 80% there.  It shows a static average and does not allow for a calculation for each week.  Any help is appreciated!!!

All District SIC Average = VAR CurrentSic = FIRSTNONBLANK(DO and DSR[District Office], 1)

RETURN

CALCULATE(

AVERAGE('2017-2018'[Settlement Sales]),

FILTER(ALL('DO Sales'), RELATED(DO and DSR[District Office]) = CurrentSic))

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## Re: Measure that averages District Office and Total Company sales per week

Sorry, I made a mistake: the District Office measure WOULD follow the slicer (if "New York" is selected the measure would then return sales averages for the New York office).

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## Re: Measure that averages District Office and Total Company sales per week

The requirement is not very clear. You may try to use ALLSELECTED Function.

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