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Cross Tab try to calculate percent of "Yes" from my survey.

Cross Tab try to calculate percent of "Yes" from my survey.

Cross Tab try to calculate percent of "Yes" from my survey.

I am trying to create a cross tab to show survey question as row, survey ID as column, and the display answer as the summary. I have a formula which assign 1 if the answer is "Yes", and 0 if the answer is "No".

CountofYes formula:
if ({ScoringDetail_viw.DisplayAnswer} = "Yes")
then 1
else 0

The detail is showing correctly for each row/column. Now, I want to add a calculated column for "Percent of Yes"
= sum(CountofYes) / count of Survey ID

survey 1 survey 2 [Percent of Yes]
Question 1 1 1 2/2 = 100%
Question 2 0 1 1/2 = 50%
Total 1 2 3/4 = 75%

I try for 2 days now and I can't get it to work. Please help! I am using Crystal Report 2008

RE: Cross Tab try to calculate percent of "Yes" from my survey.

Try average as your summary not sum

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