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chan103148
Contributor III
Contributor III

disregaring zero or null values in computing average

good day,

 

need help

this is my data:

DATETraffic
1/1/2020329
1/2/2020346
1/3/2020324
1/4/2020363
1/5/2020347
1/6/2020239
1/7/2020209
1/8/2020201
1/9/2020213
1/10/2020254
1/11/2020399
1/12/2020395
1/13/2020159
1/14/2020222
1/15/20200
1/16/20200
1/17/20200
1/18/20200
1/19/2020353
1/20/2020158
1/21/2020201
1/22/2020218
1/23/2020183
1/24/2020244
1/25/2020303
1/26/2020348

 

Qlik sense is computing average traffic with those dates with zero count which gives me 231 average traffic, I want to disregard those dates without a traffic count to get more reliable average traffic.

 

here is my script:

avg(Aggr(Sum({$<[DATE.autoCalendar.YearMonth]={"2020-Jan"}>}[Traffic In]),[DATE],[$STORE]))

 

thank you

 

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Mauritz_SA
Partner
Partner

Hi there

You can do this by adding that condition in your set analysis:

avg(Aggr(Sum({$<[DATE.autoCalendar.YearMonth]={"2020-Jan"},Traffic={">0"}>}[Traffic In]),[DATE],[$STORE]))

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Mauritz

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Mauritz_SA
Partner
Partner

Hi there

You can do this by adding that condition in your set analysis:

avg(Aggr(Sum({$<[DATE.autoCalendar.YearMonth]={"2020-Jan"},Traffic={">0"}>}[Traffic In]),[DATE],[$STORE]))

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Mauritz

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