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swamgan
Calcite | Level 5

All,

     I'm trying to build a simple calculated field in a List Table, that derives out of 2 columns. The formula is pretty straight-forward: New_Field = A / (A + C), however the data coming to New_Field is not correct. The data in the list table is filtered by a few drop-downs for Year, Month and Date and aggregated on a half-hourly basis. There should be something very basic I'm missing here... Any ideas?

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Thanks!

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Ce_Wo
Calcite | Level 5

Hi There,

I think you might be looking for the "New Aggregated Measure";

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then your formula should look like this (use the sum group by)

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hope that helps

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Ce_Wo
Calcite | Level 5

Hi There,

I think you might be looking for the "New Aggregated Measure";

untitled1.bmp

then your formula should look like this (use the sum group by)

untitled2.bmp

hope that helps

PeterWijers
Lapis Lazuli | Level 10

Dear swamgan,

I think you are using the calculated item field that calculates on dataline level.

What you need is an Aggregated Measure, because this one can calculates on group level.

This functionality is present in VA 6.2 and not in 6.1

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It looks like this.

Calc1.jpg

Shure this will solve your problem.

Greetings

swamgan
Calcite | Level 5

Thanks to you both, apparently I don't have 6.2 yet.

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