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## Add new table with calculated lines

Hello everybody,

I need your help to create a new table with conditions. I know how to create a new table, but don't what is the formula to calculated what I want :

I have the first table, and I want the new one.

Thanks a lot for your help,

Joc

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## Re: Add new table with calculated lines

Hi @joc,

You can use below table formula to summary original table records:

Summary Table =
SUMMARIZE('Test Table',[Week],"Col 1",SUMX(FILTER('Test Table',[Week]=EARLIER('Test Table'[Week])&&OR('Test Table'[Name]="A",'Test Table'[Name]="B")),[Value])),
"Col 2",[Col 1]+[Col 1]/2),
"Col 3",[Col 1]-[Col 2])

Based on your result table, you 'col2' formula should be "A+B+(C+D)/2", right?
If this is a case, you can use below formula to instead:

Summary Table =
SUMMARIZE('Test Table',[Week],"Col 1",SUMX(FILTER('Test Table',[Week]=EARLIER('Test Table'[Week])&&OR('Test Table'[Name]="A",'Test Table'[Name]="B")),[Value])),
"Col 2",[Col 1]+(SUMX(FILTER('Test Table',[Week]=EARLIER('Test Table'[Week])),[Value])-[Col 1])/2),
"Col 3",[Col 1]-[Col 2])

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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## Re: Add new table with calculated lines

Hi @joc,

You can use below table formula to summary original table records:

Summary Table =
SUMMARIZE('Test Table',[Week],"Col 1",SUMX(FILTER('Test Table',[Week]=EARLIER('Test Table'[Week])&&OR('Test Table'[Name]="A",'Test Table'[Name]="B")),[Value])),
"Col 2",[Col 1]+[Col 1]/2),
"Col 3",[Col 1]-[Col 2])

Based on your result table, you 'col2' formula should be "A+B+(C+D)/2", right?
If this is a case, you can use below formula to instead:

Summary Table =
SUMMARIZE('Test Table',[Week],"Col 1",SUMX(FILTER('Test Table',[Week]=EARLIER('Test Table'[Week])&&OR('Test Table'[Name]="A",'Test Table'[Name]="B")),[Value])),
"Col 2",[Col 1]+(SUMX(FILTER('Test Table',[Week]=EARLIER('Test Table'[Week])),[Value])-[Col 1])/2),
"Col 3",[Col 1]-[Col 2])

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
If this post helps, please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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Helper I

## Re: Add new table with calculated lines

Perfect thanks a lot !

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