Struggling to Find an overall percentage
Hi, new to domo and in particular beastmode, hoping someone can help.
I have a KPI dashboard consisting of 30 plus customers and i want to find out the percentage of overall customers that meet or overachieve their KPI attainment each month. For example, if I have 10 customers and 5 meet or overachieve kpi then I'd like to see a card showing 50%.
I've been using this formula (SUM(Attained
) / MAX(KPI
)) * 100 which shows me percentage of KPI attainment at the individual client level, see screenshot attached.
When i try to use the following formula
( COUNT(DISTINCT CASE WHEN SUM(`Attained`) >=MIN(`KPI`) THEN
`Source` END
) /COUNT(DISTINCT `Source`)) *100
I get a an error, can anyone help?
Thanks
Best Answer

Okay so they would have to hit their attainment for all of their KPI's to count as attained?
For example:
Customer A has 2 rows of data. In one row they attained and in one they didn't  overall as a customer have they hit their KPI? Would they be a 0 or a 1 in the numerator?
Customer B has 2 rows of data. In both they attained. Would they be a 1 in the numerator? A 2 wouldn't make sense to me since they only count once in the denominator. Or would they be a 2 over a 2 in the denominator?
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Answers

Are there multiple rows per customer? Or a single row per customer?
If single row per customer, the beastmode would be:
SUM(CASE WHEN (`Attained`/`KPI`) >= 1 THEN 1 ELSE 0 END) / COUNT(DISTINCT `Customer ID`)
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Hi there,
Multiple rows per customer
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Okay so they would have to hit their attainment for all of their KPI's to count as attained?
For example:
Customer A has 2 rows of data. In one row they attained and in one they didn't  overall as a customer have they hit their KPI? Would they be a 0 or a 1 in the numerator?
Customer B has 2 rows of data. In both they attained. Would they be a 1 in the numerator? A 2 wouldn't make sense to me since they only count once in the denominator. Or would they be a 2 over a 2 in the denominator?
If I solved your problem, please select "yes" above
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