I am calculating Rate % = Sum(Table1(Amt))/Sum(Table2(Amt))
I am using a mesuare to calculate this Rate %. The formula is - Rate%= IFERROR([A]/[B], BLANK())
where [A] is a measure = Sum(Table1(Amt))
[B] is a measure = Sum(Table2(Amt))
Now this is giving the right result. But if I select multiple months using month slicer, then it will calculate rate as
Rate %= Sum(Table1(Amt)) for Jan + Sum(Table1(Amt)) for Feb/ Sum(Table2(Amt)) for Jan + Sum(Table2(Amt)) for Feb
what I want is Rate 1= Sum(Table1(Amt)) for Jan / Sum(Table2(Amt)) for Jan
Rate 2= Sum(Table1(Amt)) for Feb / Sum(Table2(Amt)) for Feb
Final Rate %= (Rate 1 + Rate 2)/2
I am new to power bi and dax so apologies if the question sounds silly.
Thanks in advance
Hi @Anonymous,In your resource date, there are date column in Table1 and Table2? And if there is relationship between the table?I try to reproduce your scenario using the following sample table.
I create measure like, create a month in Table1 and a slicer inluding Table1[month], it return expected result in screenshot below.
rate = SUM(Table1[Amt])/SUM(Table2[Amt])
Please let me know if you have any question. The attached file is my sample data.Best Regards,Angelia
There is no direct relationship between the two tables. The two tables are given relationship with a Date Table. The Date Table is also used in the slicer.
Hi @Anonymous,I got it, do you try the solution, and it didn't work? Could you please post your .pbix for analysis?Best Regards,Angelia
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