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How do I use IIF to Avg

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Hi experts Max Points.. How do I change this expression so that it will not include the fields with Zero in  the averaging...
=Avg(CDec(IIF(IsNumeric(Trim(Replace(Replace(Fields!ShipmentPercentage.Value,"NaN",""),"%",""))), Trim(Replace(Replace(Fields!ShipmentPercentage.Value,"NaN",""),"%","")) ,  0.0 ) ))

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itcouple earned 2000 total points
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Hi

Way to long expression for my to work out ;)

See below sample which should work.

=AVG(IIF(Fields!Field.value=0,nothing,Fields!Field.value)

I suggest to put your expression into calculated field in dataset (without AVG) just so you can refer to calculated field without building very very long expression in one place.


Hope that helps
Emil
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Thank you Emil! Excellent :)
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