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How to sum 2 fields in an IF statement

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If Environ is Internal, I want the avg of Score A, If env is External, I want Avg of ScoreB, If its both, I want the avg of

scoreA and scoreB. how to write the IF statement as an expn in Straight Table.

=if(Environment='INTERNAL ',avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),

if(Environment='EXTERNAL ', avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB),

avg(sum(.........))) I am stuck here, any help would be appreciated

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swuehl
MVP
MVP

=if(Environment='INTERNAL ',avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),

if(Environment='EXTERNAL ', avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB),

RangeAvg( avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB))

))

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MK_QSL
MVP
MVP

As per above example, what is the value of ScoreA average.. ScoreB average and what is ScoreAandB both average..

sunny_talwar

Finding it difficult to understand what is your expected output from the given sample?

swuehl
MVP
MVP

Maybe using Rangesum()?

avg( Rangesum(ScoreA, ScoreB))

Anonymous
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if it is Internal env, it shoud give me an avg for (30+40) which is 35. If it is external, it should avg (25+40) which is 32.5;

if it is both it should avg the averages just caculated, which means it sud avg (35+32.5) which is 33.75

sunny_talwar

May be this:

=If(Environment='INTERNAL ', Avg(TOTAL <Product> {$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),

  If(Environment='EXTERNAL ', Avg(TOTAL <Product>{$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB),

  RangeAvg(Avg(TOTAL <Product> {$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA), Avg(TOTAL <Product>{$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB))

swuehl
MVP
MVP

=if(Environment='INTERNAL ',avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),

if(Environment='EXTERNAL ', avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB),

RangeAvg( avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB))

))

Anonymous
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Swuehl,

Thank you so much. It looks like your soln is correct. Let me plug in the changes in my qvw and I will get back to close this thread.

regards,

D

harsh44_bhatia
Creator
Creator

swuehl, solution will work.

just another way to implement, which i read in one of the blogs works better

=pick(match(Environment,'INTERNAL','EXTERNAL','BOTH')

avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),

avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB),

RangeAvg( avg({$< Enviornment={"INTERNAL"}>} ScoreA),avg({$< Environment={'EXTERNAL'}>} ScoreB))

)

sfatoux72
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Hi QlikDash,

Sunny and Swuehl give you the correct answer. They copied and completed your expression, but your expression was not correct

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Their response with corrections:

=If(Environment='Internal', Avg(TOTAL <Product> {$< Environment={'Internal'}>} ScoreA),

  If(Environment='External', Avg(TOTAL <Product>{$< Environment={'External'}>} ScoreB),

    RangeAvg(Avg(TOTAL <Product> {$< Environment={'Internal'}>} ScoreA), Avg(TOTAL <Product>{$< Environment={'External'}>} ScoreB))

  ))