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07-15-2020
12:40

07-15-2020
12:40

Hey everyone,

Please view screenshot below.

I am trying to find the % of `Secondary Paid` that is above 0. I have been able to break it down with a few different beast modes but I am still not able to get the % of the total that is above 0.

Paid = When `Secondary Paid` >=1 then 'Paid'

Test = When(`Secondary Paid`)> 5 then 1 else 0

Can anyone recommend a beast mode that can find the % that is >0 , 'Paid', or Test? Or is this something that needs to be done in a ETL/Dataflow?

Thanks!

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07-15-2020
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07-15-2020
01:52

Hi @Whimzyy

Assuming you're wanting the % based on all of your records and you just need the data summarized:

`SUM(CASE WHEN `Secondary Paid` > 0 then 1 ELSE 0 END) / SUM(1)`

This is assuming you don't have any groupings in your data (i.e. you only this % number only, once you add additional dimensions it will change for within that dimension and not across your entire data set)

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01:52

Hi @Whimzyy

Assuming you're wanting the % based on all of your records and you just need the data summarized:

`SUM(CASE WHEN `Secondary Paid` > 0 then 1 ELSE 0 END) / SUM(1)`

This is assuming you don't have any groupings in your data (i.e. you only this % number only, once you add additional dimensions it will change for within that dimension and not across your entire data set)

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