GEOMEANX Function (DAX)

How does the GEOMEANX function (DAX) work?

GEOMEANX function returns the geometric mean of an evaluated expression for each line in a table.

GEOMEANX Formula Syntax

GEOMEANX(<table>, <expression>) 

How do you use the GEOMEANX function?

The GEOMEANX method takes a table, or an expression that returns a table, as its first argument. The second argument is a column containing the numbers you want to compute the geometric mean for, or a column-evaluating expression.

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Considerations when using the GEOMEANX function

Only the numbers in the column are counted. Blanks, logical values, and text are ignored.

To return the geometric mean of the numbers in a column, use GEOMEAN function (DAX).

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Formula examples using the GEOMEANX function

=GEOMEANX( Investments, Investments[ReturnPct] + 1 )  

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