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  1. #1
    mikesal57 is offline Novice
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    Help with Formula

    Hey....



    Having problem fixing this.....

    IIF([naodd] >0, Sum(IIf([xfin]=1,1,0))/Sum(1/([naodd]+1)),)

    It might be the false part but I cant figure it out..

    Thxs

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    I think you need something like

    IIf([naodd] > 0, Sum(IIf([xfin] = 1, 1, 0)) / Sum(1 / ([naodd] + 1)), 0)
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    What do you want the False to be. It would go after the last comma inside the last Parens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minty View Post
    I think you need something like

    IIf([naodd] > 0, Sum(IIf([xfin] = 1, 1, 0)) / Sum(1 / ([naodd] + 1)), 0)

    I tried that too...

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    CarlettoFed is offline Competent Performer
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    You need to post a sample file.

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    You can't Sum(A_Field) without it being part of a grouped (Totals) query.

    I think we either need to see some data sets - some sample Starting data, and what you expect from that as a result of your query.
    We will need to see enough data to cover all the expected outcome's
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    SELECT Count(ALL_HX4.xfin) AS CountOfxfin, Sum(IIf([xwin]>0,1,0)) AS Winners, Sum(ALL_HX4.xwin) AS SumOfxwin, Sum(IIf([xWIN]>0,1,0))/Count([xwin])*100 AS [WIN %], Sum([xWin])/(Count([xwin])*2) AS ROI, [SumOfxwin]/[Winners] AS [AVG PAY], Sum(IIf([xfin]=1,1,0))/Sum(1/([naodd]+1)) AS AE
    FROM (ALL_HX4 INNER JOIN ALL_HX44 ON (ALL_HX4.tPGM = ALL_HX44.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX4.nRACE = ALL_HX44.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX4.tDATE = ALL_HX44.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX4.tTRK = ALL_HX44.tTRK)) INNER JOIN ALL_HXD ON (ALL_HX44.tPGM = ALL_HXD.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX44.nRACE = ALL_HXD.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX44.tDATE = ALL_HXD.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX44.tTRK = ALL_HXD.tTRK);


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    Minty is online now VIP
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    It probably need to be something like

    Code:
    SELECT Count(ALL_HX4.xfin) AS CountOfxfin, Sum(IIf([xwin]>0,1,0)) AS Winners, Sum(ALL_HX4.xwin) AS SumOfxwin, Sum(IIf([xWIN]>0,1,0))/Count([xwin])*100 AS [WIN %], Sum([xWin])/(Count([xwin])*2) AS ROI, [SumOfxwin]/[Winners] AS [AVG PAY], Sum(IIf([xfin]=1,1,0))/Sum(1/([naodd]+1)) AS AE
    Code:
    FROM (ALL_HX4 INNER JOIN ALL_HX44 ON (ALL_HX4.tPGM = ALL_HX44.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX4.nRACE = ALL_HX44.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX4.tDATE = ALL_HX44.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX4.tTRK = ALL_HX44.tTRK)) INNER JOIN ALL_HXD ON (ALL_HX44.tPGM = ALL_HXD.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX44.nRACE = ALL_HXD.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX44.tDATE = ALL_HXD.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX44.tTRK = ALL_HXD.tTRK) 
    GROUP BY ALL_HX4.xfin , xwin , ALL_HX4.xwin , naodd
    
    
    But you will need qualify which table xwin and naood come from in all cases.

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    SELECT Count(ALL_HX4.xfin) AS CountOfxfin, Sum(IIf([xwin]>0,1,0)) AS Winners, Sum(ALL_HX4.xwin) AS SumOfxwin, Sum(IIf([xWIN]>0,1,0))/Count([xwin])*100 AS [WIN %], Sum([xWin])/(Count([xwin])*2) AS ROI, [SumOfxwin]/[Winners] AS [AVG PAY], Sum(IIf([xfin]=1,1,0))/Sum(1/([naodd]+1)) AS AE      FROM (ALL_HX4 INNER JOIN ALL_HX44 ON (ALL_HX4.tPGM = ALL_HX44.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX4.nRACE = ALL_HX44.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX4.tDATE = ALL_HX44.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX4.tTRK = ALL_HX44.tTRK)) INNER JOIN ALL_HXD ON (ALL_HX44.tPGM = ALL_HXD.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX44.nRACE = ALL_HXD.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX44.tDATE = ALL_HXD.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX44.tTRK = ALL_HXD.tTRK)
    GROUP BY ALL_HX4.xfin , xwin , ALL_HX4.xwin , naodd
    EDIT : I can't seem to get this to format nicely - think there is something up with thr forum software...
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    In the attachment HX4.zip you will find an example, naturally in the query the ALL_HX44 table that you have related to the ALL_HX4 is missing as it is not known what the structure is.

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    heres all the parts...

    SELECT Count(ALL_HX4.xfin) AS CountOfxfin, Sum(IIf([xwin]>0,1,0)) AS Winners, Sum(ALL_HX4.xwin) AS SumOfxwin, Sum(IIf([xWIN]>0,1,0))/Count([xwin])*100 AS [WIN %], Sum([xWin])/(Count([xwin])*2) AS ROI, [SumOfxwin]/[Winners] AS [AVG PAY], Sum(IIf([xfin]=1,1,0))/Sum(1/([naodd]+1)) AS AE
    FROM (ALL_HX4 INNER JOIN ALL_HX44 ON (ALL_HX4.tPGM = ALL_HX44.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX4.nRACE = ALL_HX44.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX4.tDATE = ALL_HX44.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX4.tTRK = ALL_HX44.tTRK)) INNER JOIN ALL_HXD ON (ALL_HX44.tPGM = ALL_HXD.tPGM) AND (ALL_HX44.nRACE = ALL_HXD.nRACE) AND (ALL_HX44.tDATE = ALL_HXD.tDATE) AND (ALL_HX44.tTRK = ALL_HXD.tTRK);

    I still need [nAODD] to use >0
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    thxs for helping

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    In the attachment HX4.zip you will find an example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlettoFed View Post
    In the attachment HX4.zip you will find an example.

    Your so close CAR........AE is a better measure than ROI.........and should produce a similar number.........your is too much value wise , but it avoided the division by zero....

    here is what your result should get after I manually made the -1 a 0....

    maybe you reversed something in the expression????

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