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Petsnell
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SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR with year and month filters

 I have a measure for periodic results

 

'Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER(ALL(Datotabell),YEAR(Dates[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year])),

FILTER(ALL(Date),MONTH(Date[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))'

 

This works just fine, and now I want to create a new table based on 'Result' with values from the same period last year.

 

'Result last year = CALCULATE(([Result]), SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR(Dates[Date]))'

 

This returns really large values that I can't really make sense of. Any suggestions?

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amitchandak
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Super User IV

@Petsnell , do not use the previous result. Ideally if date table is joined then you do not need those filters

 

if date table is connected

this should be the first measure

Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]))

Then result last year will do like

Result last year = CALCULATE(([Result]), SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR(Dates[Date]))'

 

or

Result last year = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER(all(Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year]) -1 && MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 

If date table is not connected

 

First measure

Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER((Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year])),

FILTER(ALL(Date),MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 

second measure

 

Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER((Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year])),

FILTER(ALL(Date),MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 



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amitchandak
Super User IV
Super User IV

@Petsnell , do not use the previous result. Ideally if date table is joined then you do not need those filters

 

if date table is connected

this should be the first measure

Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]))

Then result last year will do like

Result last year = CALCULATE(([Result]), SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR(Dates[Date]))'

 

or

Result last year = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER(all(Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year]) -1 && MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 

If date table is not connected

 

First measure

Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER((Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year])),

FILTER(ALL(Date),MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 

second measure

 

Result = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER((Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year])),

FILTER(ALL(Date),MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 



Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution! Appreciate your Kudos!!
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Result last year = CALCULATE(SUM(Result[sum]),FILTER(all(Result),YEAR(Result[Date])=SELECTEDVALUE(Dates[Year]) -1 && MONTH(Result[Dates])=SELECTEDVALUE(Date[Month])))

 

This did the trick, thank you so much!

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