Pretty straightforward, so I'm probably missing a topic with the right answer, but hopefully someone can help. I've got a table of sales reps with a column for their total number of sales and total number of cancels. I've got a data page showing each sales rep and their counts plus calculating their cancel rate (just cancels/sales).

These agents are all grouped by offices, so I'd like to aggregate each office...I've got that totaling for the sales and cancels, but not sure how to calculate the cancel rate in the office.

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Pretty straightforward, so I'm probably missing a topic with the right answer, but hopefully someone can help. I've got a table of sales reps with a column for their total number of sales and total number of cancels. I've got a data page showing each sales rep and their counts plus calculating their cancel rate (just cancels/sales).

These agents are all grouped by offices, so I'd like to aggregate each office...I've got that totaling for the sales and cancels, but not sure how to calculate the cancel rate in the office.

Any help would be great...thanks.

Kevin

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