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## Sum all values dependend on value on another column

Hi all,

I have a large database of entered Hours. And I want to calculate the overall average hourRate using an ALL measure so I can show the overal average hourrate in comparison per employee/projectleader etc.

However my dataset also contains overhead = Hour ID 2 and sales hours Hour ID 3. I want to calculate the average Hour rate only for hour ID 1. And this should not be dependent on filters in the report, therefore I was thinking about an ALL measure. But I cannot seem to use and all measure which does contain a filter in de measure.

Does anyone have an idea about how I could do this.

 Hour ID Amount hours Sales amount 1 4 40 1 6 60 2 5 100 2 5 120 3 6 0
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## Re: Sum all values dependend on value on another column

You can create a measure and place it in a card visual for instance.

If you want the average per line:

```Measure =
AVERAGEX (
FILTER ( ALL ( Table1 ); Table1[Hour ID] = 1 );
DIVIDE ( Table1[Sales Amount]; Table1[Amount Hours] )
)```

If you want the weighted average (by number of hours):

```Measure =
DIVIDE (
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Table1[Sales Amount] ); Table1[HOURS ID] = 1; ALL ( Table1 ) );
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Table1[Amount Hours] ); Table1[HOURS ID] = 1; ALL ( Table1 ) )
)```
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## Re: Sum all values dependend on value on another column

You can create a measure and place it in a card visual for instance.

If you want the average per line:

```Measure =
AVERAGEX (
FILTER ( ALL ( Table1 ); Table1[Hour ID] = 1 );
DIVIDE ( Table1[Sales Amount]; Table1[Amount Hours] )
)```

If you want the weighted average (by number of hours):

```Measure =
DIVIDE (
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Table1[Sales Amount] ); Table1[HOURS ID] = 1; ALL ( Table1 ) );
CALCULATE ( SUM ( Table1[Amount Hours] ); Table1[HOURS ID] = 1; ALL ( Table1 ) )
)```
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