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  1. #1
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    Nov 2012

    Question Average for group totals


    I'm trying to do an average for the number of calls for each day. I have created the group which calculates the total number of tickets by day as shown below:

    Do I need a variable, thought this would be easy enough for seems tricky...


    DateRecieved CountOfTickets

    01/11/2012 24
    02/11/2012 30
    05/11/2012 25
    06/11/2012 36
    07/11/2012 41
    08/11/2012 40
    09/11/2012 25
    12/11/2012 36
    13/11/2012 29
    14/11/2012 345
    15/11/2012 195
    16/11/2012 29
    18/11/2012 1
    19/11/2012 50
    20/11/2012 38
    21/11/2012 47
    22/11/2012 31
    23/11/2012 32
    25/11/2012 1
    Total 1,053
    Average ???

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jul 2005

    Re: Average for group totals

    Right click over a detail field (could be CountOfTickets)
    A context menu is displayed
    Select Insert / Sumary
    An Insert summary window is displayed
    Select "Count" in Calculate this summary combo
    Select "Group footer" in Summary location
    Click on Ok button
    -Now you have a count of rows, and you could use it to calculate the average inserting a formula field

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  3. #3
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    Re: Average for group totals


  4. #4
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    Nov 2012

    Re: Average for group totals

    Quote Originally Posted by danboy1 View Post
    I already did that it was the actual formula I need to get the average from the group totals: got around it with this:

    numbervar x;
    x:=x+1 // place this on your group

    formula to get average :

    Whileprintingrecords; // Place this formula where you want to show average.
    numbervar x;
    {YourTotalTickets) / x;


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