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Contributor II

## aggr functions

Hi guys,

I have two tables shown as below:

rep:
[
SalesRep, Customer, ZipCode, County
M, A, 00011, NY
M, A, 00022, NY
M, A, 00033, NY
M, A, 00044, NY
M, A, 00055, CA
N, B, 00011, NY
N, C, 00077, CA
];

sales:
[
Customer, Sales
A, \$100
B, \$200
C, \$250
];

The pivot table ends up to be like this:

But I would like to see Customer A in CA with \$20 (1/5 zip codes for A in CA) and Customer A in NY with \$80 (4/5 zip codes for A in NY). I'm trying to write expressions like:

Sum(Sales) / sum(aggr(count(ZipCode),Customer)) * sum(aggr(count(ZipCode),Customer,County))

But it's not giving me correct results:

I'm wondering how should I fix this. Any advice helps! Thank you in advance!

1 Solution

Accepted Solutions
MVP

## Re: aggr functions

```Sum(Sales)
*
Count(DISTINCT ZipCode)
/
Count(DISTINCT TOTAL <SalesRep, Customer> ZipCode)```
12 Replies
Contributor II

## Re: aggr functions

Try this one

Sum(Sales) / (count(Total <Customer>ZipCode)) * count(Total<Country>ZipCode))

Contributor II

## Re: aggr functions

Hi, thanks for replying. It's not working.

Contributor II

## Re: aggr functions

Please just use only below expression

=Sum(Sales) * (Aggr(count(ZipCode),County,Customer)/count(Total <Customer>ZipCode) )

MVP

## Re: aggr functions

Try this

```Sum(Sales)
*
Count(DISTINCT ZipCode)
/
Count(DISTINCT TOTAL <SalesRep> ZipCode)```
Contributor II

## Re: aggr functions

It seems it's not working for Total.

MVP

## Re: aggr functions

Or this

```Sum(Aggr(

Sum(Sales)
*
Count(DISTINCT ZipCode)
/
Count(DISTINCT TOTAL <SalesRep, Customer> ZipCode)

, SalesRep, County, Customer))```
Contributor II

## Re: aggr functions

Hi Sunny,

Thank you for your reply! Your second reply works, but I have large real data and will take too long time, so I'm willing to use the first one. I get what you mean in the first expression, but sorry for another question: In the real data I'm working on, SalesRep M may also have customer D in NY. In this case, numbers for D will mess up:

Could you please kindly check how I can fix that?

Contributor II

## Re: aggr functions

my data with D is this:

rep:
[
SalesRep, Customer, ZipCode, County
M, A, 00011, NY
M, A, 00022, NY
M, A, 00033, NY
M, A, 00044, NY
M, A, 00055, CA
M, D, 00022, NY
N, B, 00011, NY
N, C, 00077, CA
];

sales:
[
Customer, Sales
A, \$100
B, \$200
C, \$250
D, \$500
];

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Partner

## Re: aggr functions

Customer D is correct if you use Sunny's second suggestion

Sum(Aggr(

Sum(Sales)
*
Count(DISTINCT ZipCode)
/
Count(DISTINCT TOTAL <SalesRep, Customer> ZipCode)

, SalesRep, County, Customer))