How to summarize only selected columns

I have three columns in a table and we are using parameters to select the required column to the table.
Based on the selected column, I need to summarize and do some calculation.
I am stuck and unable to find how to make “VAR SUMMERISE” to work, this variable should summerize the selected columns only. I am using this to find the denominator.
It works fine when all three columns are selected, but I need to summerize based on the selected column
Parameter are [column names]: We have a slicer on the page
:ballot_box_with_check: Partnername
:stop_button: partnerTYPE
:ballot_box_with_check: partnercountry
I need a syntax to summarize just the selected columns

Uniques =
VAR sumfc = SUM(salary)
VAR SUMMARISE = SUMMARIZE(Partnername, Partnercountry, partnerTYPE, "Average", sumfc)
            OR(ISINSCOPE('Partnercountry'), ISINSCOPE(partnerTYPE))

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While our users and experts do as much as reasonable to help you with your inquiries, not all concerns can be attended to especially if there are some learnings to be done. Thank you! Information provided is incomplete, so im posting different example for reference,

  1. Create a table called MonthTable consisting of only MonthNames





  2. Use this Column MonthName from this MonthTable as a slicer for selecting month.

  3. In your data table create a measure called SelectedMonthValue

    SelectedMonthValue = IF(HASONEFILTER(MonthTable[MonthName]),

What this does is finds the value of Amount from YourTable ( data table) for the selectedmonth in the slicer. If no value is selected in slicer it is set to 1.

  1. Now the magic

    Create a measure called Relative in YourTable.

    Relative = SUMX(YourTable,Divide(YourTable[Amount],[SelectedMonthValue]))

    What this does is it iterates YourTable row by row and then calculates the relative value for that row.

To be clear I have a similar question. Where I want to add a multiplier to this measure.

If I would like to multiply the first month by the difference of months in the selection

Jan - May

Jan * 5
Feb * 4
March * 3
April * 2
May * 1

How could I implement that?

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This is not what I want. To avoid confusion Let me add a pbix

Sample.pbix (30.4 KB)

Hi all, here is a sample file

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