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Relating measures against targets in another table



I have a table of values in which I have created multiple average measures. Now I need to relate those values against goals/targets which I have in another table.


I'm not sure how I would go about modelling and relating those values.

The end goal here is to create a radar chart which the average measure and goal is in the same legend/category which I also can slice against dates.

Any help is appreciated

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Hi @aram ,


For the use of the radar chart, you can refer to the blog provided below. Power BI Custom Visuals - Radar Chart (

For the measure you created, I still don’t understand the real needs and expected results. Can I provide a detailed data model (delete sensitive data)? I will answer for you as soon as possible.

Looking forward to your reply.

Best Regards,

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I'll try from the start:


So the basic need is to calculate some results in one table and relate them to values in another table.


Without doing any modification this is a relevant example which I guess you would call my "Facts":



From that data I need to calculate "Link Rate %" which is the percentage of "Linked" against "Link potential"

I also need to calculate "Link Accuracy %" which is the percentage of "Relevant link" against "Linked"

The condition needs to be that there is a 1 number in "Linked" on the correspoding row which basically makes sure that it only calculates when there is an actual link event

So now I hopefully have two measures("Link Rate %" and "Link Accuracy %"  that gives me the current results by date.


These results needs to be compared to goals which I have in another table that looks like this:



Now I want to have the ability to visualize how the current results is against the target values in a radar chart





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@aram , In power bi you analyze data along with common dimensions/tables.


Create a common table like date, category, etc and join them with actual and target tables and analyze them together


Try to be in star schema :


I dicussed target in this video

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Hi and thanks.


I got a step further by pivoting my table so that the "measure name" is in the same column. I created a "Measure" dimension table and made a relation to the "Goal/Target" table and "Actual score" table.


Problem now is that the relationship doesn't work. The actual scores are calculated by measures, and this is the result when I place everything in a table:






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