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## Qlikview Sum to Higher Level Dimension

Hello,

Please see the attached screenshot providing details of the below question.

I currently have a table at a lower dimension of States representing tickets and weeks in two different columns. For each state (row), I multiply the #of tickets by the # of weeks to get a total. I then have a sum of at the top.

My question is, how can I get the same totals at a higher level dimension (Country)?

Tickets =  Sum(Tickets)

WKS = Sum(WKS)

Tickets x WKS = Sum(Tickets) x Sum(WKS)

Since in the second table I am removing the dimension of State, all that is left is one row with one summed value of tickets, and one summed value of WKS. Multiplying those two values however, produces a sum that is larger than expected output.

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Regards

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• ### SUM IFS

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MVP
It sounds to me like you are looking for an average Sum(Tickets) x Sum(WKS) per some kind of dimension combination. E.g. Colour and week. To accomplish that you will need to use the aggr functionality.

AVG(AGGR(Sum(Tickets) x Sum(WKS), Color, WKS))

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
MVP

I would also recommend you to look at the alternative KPI tickets per week.

Sum(Tickets) / Sum(WKS)

This expression will scale well even when changing to higher level dimensions.

Plees ekskuse my Swenglish and or Norweglish spelling misstakes
Contributor III
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Hi Vegar,

Thank you for your help, again!

While your suggestions did not directly provide the solution to my problem, they better helped me understand what I am trying to do, as well as the exact problem I am running into. That being the case, I opened a separate question on my problem here: https://community.qlik.com/t5/New-to-QlikView/Taking-the-Sum-of-an-already-summed-expression/m-p/156....

Thank you again

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