I would like to sum the value or all rows summarized column first and want this type of output as mentioned in below picture.
As mentioned in image:
I want to show the Toal of (Avg Stay Time) Column in Card . and after that I would like tot device that total with Count of Unique booth name. In this case uquine count of booth name is 4. But i want it to change when data is changed.
Output should be 79 (13+5+18+43)/4= 19.75 or 20
Thanks in advance.
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Of course, you understand that the Total Avg Stay Time you're currently getting is a Weighted Average of your underlying data. If you want a straight average of your aggregated results, then you could achieve that using a SUMMARIZE function as below:
Say you're current Measure is something like:
Avg Stay Time = SUM(Table1[Duration Seconds])/COUNT(Table1[Badge ID])/60
Then to get the Total you're after
Measure = SUMX(SUMMARIZE(Table1,Table1[Booth Name],"Avg Stay Time",[Avg Stay Time]),[Avg Stay Time])/DISTINCTCOUNT(Table1[Booth Name])
This gives 19.73.
Hope that helps.
It's shwoing 19.5 instead of 19.73. Am i Doing Right?
I have used following Mesure function
AvgStayTime_SUMX = SUMX(SUMMARIZE(Table1,Table1[Booth Name],"Avg Stay Time",[AvgStayTime_DIVIDE]),[Avg Stay Time])/DISTINCTCOUNT(Table1[Booth Name])
And my Avg Stay Tim mesure having this formula:
AvgStayTime_DIVIDE = INT( DIVIDE( SUM('Table1'[Duration Seconds]), DISTINCTCOUNT('Table1'[BadgeID]) )/60)
Actual table is this:
|BadgeID||Job Title||FirstName||LastName||BoothNumber||Booth Name||Duration Seconds|
|532||Chief Information Officer||jkl||Va||14||Booth 2||240|
|1182304||Operations Manager||Chet||Manchester||21||Booth 3||980|
|1182523||Account Manager||Travis||Fulton||21||Booth 3||1080|
|1182657||Senior Engineer||Luisa||Sangines||21||Booth 3||1680|
|117||Senior Engineer||pqr||Pa||14||Booth 2||360|
It's because you're using the INT function in your AvgStayTime_DIVIDE which is rounding your results down. So, for example, against Booth 1 you're getting 13 instead of 13.33. This is then affecting you're overall average.
If you want to round down (for some reason) then what you're doing is correct. If you just want to display you're results as rounded down, then I would remove the INT function. You can change how your measure is displayed in the Modelling tab, or in the
** apologies for delay in responding. I tried to reply after your initial reply, but it disappeared (perhaps when you were editing it)
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