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emmanuelkamara1
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Please help.

Emmanuel Kamara
I have a dax function that returns the total outstanding amount for values =1...and also a dax function that returns the sum of all the outstanding balance (0, and 1). What I want to do is to divide those two functions to get what I want (PAR= sum of outstanding balance for values=1/ sum of total outstanding balance. Or is there a way I could just get a column that contains only outstanding balance for values =1?
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Sorry, you're not to type "outstanding balance", you need to change the output to "select a column", then select outstanding balance. 

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@emmanuelkamara1 did that work for you? 

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Karlos
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Solution Sage

yeah, just create and conditional column with the following criteria 

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Hi thanks! it only returns the name "outstanding_baance" and not the actual figure 

Sorry, you're not to type "outstanding balance", you need to change the output to "select a column", then select outstanding balance. 

Karlos_0-1597425317061.png

Karlos_0-1597425436398.png

 

@emmanuelkamara1 did that work for you? 

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