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Contributor II

## [Qlik Sense] Count Product Above/ Below Avg Value by Dimension

Hi guys,

I have a problem with Count If Aggr Value

I have Raw data Table:

```RAW_DATA:
Region, Product,Revenue,TotalOrder,Rev/Order
South, A, 200, 2, 100
South, B, 500,    5, 100
South, C, 700, 1, 700
North, D, 200, 2, 100
North, E, 300, 5, 60
North, F, 500, 4, 125
North, G, 800, 4, 200
];

```

I have a Table on my sheet with:

- Dimension: region

- Measure Rev/Order: sum(Revenue) / sum(TotalOrder)

- Total Product: Count(distinct Product)

- No of Product Above Rev/Order Value:

```count(if(Aggr(sum(Revenue) / sum(TotalOrder),Product)  > \$(=(sum(Revenue) / sum(TotalOrder))),Product))

```

- No of Product Below Rev/Order Value

```count(if(Aggr(sum(Revenue) / sum(TotalOrder),Product)<= \$(=(sum(Revenue) / sum(TotalOrder))),Product))

```

I'd like compare 2 value: Rev/Order by Product Vs. Rev/Order by Region and count(product) of them (Above or Below Rev/Order by Region)

Please let me know how to do this in Qlik Sense.

Justin.

1 Solution

Accepted Solutions
MVP

## Re: [Qlik Sense] Count Product Above/ Below Avg Value by Dimension

Try these two expressions

Count(Aggr(If((Sum(Revenue)/Sum(TotalOrder)) > (Sum(TOTAL <Region> Revenue)/Sum(TOTAL <Region>TotalOrder)), Product), Product, Region))

Count(Aggr(If((Sum(Revenue)/Sum(TotalOrder)) <= (Sum(TOTAL <Region> Revenue)/Sum(TOTAL <Region>TotalOrder)), Product), Product, Region))

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MVP

## Re: [Qlik Sense] Count Product Above/ Below Avg Value by Dimension

Problem is your aggr it over only product !! make the aggr on the region and product that should solve your problem

MVP

## Re: [Qlik Sense] Count Product Above/ Below Avg Value by Dimension

Try these two expressions

Count(Aggr(If((Sum(Revenue)/Sum(TotalOrder)) > (Sum(TOTAL <Region> Revenue)/Sum(TOTAL <Region>TotalOrder)), Product), Product, Region))

Count(Aggr(If((Sum(Revenue)/Sum(TotalOrder)) <= (Sum(TOTAL <Region> Revenue)/Sum(TOTAL <Region>TotalOrder)), Product), Product, Region))

Contributor II

Hi Sunny,

It's worked.