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eazybi report: average of issues created per day

Hello !

I would like to create a bar-chart report (or a table):

One bar for each month.

The size of each bar (each month) should be the average of created issues per day.



July:  total of 300 issues     -> average per day (300 / 30) = 10 issues per day

August:  total of 210 issues -> average per day (210 / 30) = 7 issues per day

September: total of 150 issues -> average per day (150 / 30) = 5 issues per day


I tried to use the calculation ( , but not sure if is it possible do do it.


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Janis Plume _eazyBI_
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Oct 09, 2022


Considering the Time dimension is used in the report rows, the following custom measure should do the average calculation:

[Measures].[Issues created]/30

We can create a more advanced formula to have the exact number of days in the month:


([Measures].[Issues created])



Janis, eazyBI support 

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Katarzyna Pawlak _Appsvio_
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Oct 07, 2022

Hi @fbeck_br ,

If you're using an app, I recommend you create a ticket on the eazyBI customer portal: Unfortunately, I see that you have to wait until Monday to receive an answer.



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