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I have data that is arranged this way (see below) and need to calculate the Dispersion = Standard Deviation/Average of Total_NR rolled up by the MGR_NAME. How can I achieve this in T-SQL? Thank you.

The way it's supposed to work is: Sum (Total_NR) divided by the average of the sum of NR which we should then so a STDEVP on that average.

MGR_NAME      EMPL      HC      Total_NR           Avrg             Dispersion?
JOSE PH        1027         1           $3,974.00          0.000107      
JOSE PH      1233      1           $3,324.00          0.000074      
JOSE PH      1354      1         $51.87                  0.000012      
JOSE PH      1375      1      $2,302.67          0.000049      
JOSE PH      1486      1      $1,230.68          0.000045
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can you pls post the expected output for Dispersion column?
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Try..

SELECT stdddv.*,AVG(Avrg) OVER (PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) AvgByManagerName , ny StandardDeviation, ny1  StandardDeviation2 ,
ny/AVG(Avrg) OVER (PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) Dispersion1, ny1/AVG(Avrg) OVER (PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) Dispersion2 FROM stdddv
CROSS APPLY
(
	SELECT STDEV(Total_NR) ny , STDEVP(Total_NR) ny1
	FROM stdddv 
)b

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OR....

SELECT stdddv.*,AVG(Avrg) OVER (PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) AvgByManagerName , STDEVP(Total_NR) OVER(PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) StandardDeviation, STDEV(Total_NR) OVER(PARTITION BY MGR_NAME)  StandardDeviation2 ,
STDEVP(Total_NR) OVER(PARTITION BY MGR_NAME)/AVG(Avrg) OVER (PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) Dispersion1, STDEV(Total_NR) OVER(PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) /AVG(Avrg) OVER (PARTITION BY MGR_NAME) Dispersion2 
FROM stdddv

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