Grid Aggregates

The Grid component provides built-in aggregates for column values based on grouping and also a grand total row.

There are several available aggregate functions under the Telerik.Blazor.GridAggregateType enum:

  • Average
  • Count
  • Max
  • Min
  • Sum

The Count aggregate can be applied to any type of field. The other aggregates can only be applied to numerical fields (e.g., int, decimal, double, etc.).

You can use aggregates in the following templates:

  • GroupFooterTemplate of a GridColumn - a footer in the respective column that renders when the grid is grouped.
  • GroupHeaderTemplate of a GridColumn - a header in the respective column that renders when the grid is grouped by that column. The Value field in the context carries the current group value.
  • FooterTemplate of a GridColumn - a grand total row of footers for the entire grid.

To enable aggregates:

  1. Under the GridAggregates tag, define the GridAggregate entries to enable the aggregations per field you want to use.
  2. Use the aggregate result in the templates that support it - their context is strongly typed and carries the aggregate values in the respective fields.
  3. Set the grid's Groupable property to true.
    • If you will be using only FooterTemplates - grouping is not required.
  4. Group the grid to see the effect on group-specific templates

You should define only aggregates that you will use to avoid unnecessary calculations that may be noticeable on large data sets.

If you try to use an aggregate that is not defined, or an aggregate over an unsupported field type, a runtime error will be thrown.

Use Aggregates in the Telerik Blazor Grid

@* Enable and use aggregates. To see the full effect, group by a column - "Team" and then "Active Projects" *@

<TelerikGrid Data=@GridData Groupable="true" Pageable="true" Height="700px">
        <GridAggregate Field=@nameof(Employee.Name) Aggregate="@GridAggregateType.Count" />
        <GridAggregate Field=@nameof(Employee.Team) Aggregate="@GridAggregateType.Count" />
        <GridAggregate Field=@nameof(Employee.Salary) Aggregate="@GridAggregateType.Max" />
        <GridAggregate Field=@nameof(Employee.Salary) Aggregate="@GridAggregateType.Sum" />
        <GridColumn Field=@nameof(Employee.Name) Groupable="false">
                Total: @context.Count employees.
                <br />
                    // you can use aggregates for other fields/columns by extracting the desired one by its
                    // field name and aggregate function from the AggregateResults collection
                    // The type of its Value is determined by the type of its field - decimal for the Salary field here
                    decimal salaries = (decimal)context.AggregateResults
                        .FirstOrDefault(r => r.AggregateMethodName == "Sum" && r.Member == "Salary")?.Value;
                Total salaries: @salaries.ToString("C0")
        <GridColumn Field=@nameof(Employee.Team) Title="Team">
                Team Members: <strong>@context.Count</strong>
                @context.Value @* the default text you would get without the template *@
                &nbsp;<span>Team size: @context.Count</span>
        <GridColumn Field=@nameof(Employee.Salary) Title="Salary" Groupable="false">
                @* you can use a group footer for non-groupable columns as well *@
                Total salaries: @context.Sum
                <br />
                <span style="color: red;">Highest: @context.Max</span>
        <GridColumn Field=@nameof(Employee.ActiveProjects) Title="Active Projects">
                    <span>Currently active projects: @context.Value &nbsp;</span>

                    //sample of conditional logic in the group header
                    if ((int)context.Value > 3) // in a real case, you may want to ensure type safety and add defensive checks
                        <strong style="color: red;">These people work on too many projects</strong>

@code {
    public List<Employee> GridData { get; set; }

    protected override void OnInitialized()
        GridData = new List<Employee>();
        var rand = new Random();
        for (int i = 0; i < 15; i++)
            Random rnd = new Random();
            GridData.Add(new Employee()
                EmployeeId = i,
                Name = "Employee " + i.ToString(),
                Team = "Team " + i % 3,
                Salary = rnd.Next(1000, 5000),
                ActiveProjects = i % 4 == 0 ? 2 : 5

    public class Employee
        public int EmployeeId { get; set; }
        public string Name { get; set; }
        public string Team { get; set; }
        public decimal Salary { get; set; }
        public int ActiveProjects { get; set; }

The result of the code snippet above after the grid has been grouped by the Team and Active Projects columns

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