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## Cumulative Sum, how to manage future periods

hey Folks,

I'm trying to get the cumulative sum - WTD per QTR and was able to get it using below formula:

<CSUM_QTY_IN = CALCULATE (SUM(Sheet1[VALUE]), FILTER(Sheet1, Sheet1[Index]<=EARLIER(Sheet1[Index])&&Sheet1[QTR]=EARLIER(Sheet1[QTR])))>

However, since its a cumulative sum per qtr, it seems to populate future weeks as below. Can y'all please help to advice how to deal with such scenarios? I just want my formula to populate till the current week but looks like it evaluating for the entire qtr.

Thanks,

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## Re: Cumulative Sum, how to manage future periods

You can use the below expresion, however you need to adjust it to your data model.

```Sales Running Total =
VAR mc = MAX('Calendar'[Date])
VAR mf = CALCULATE(MAX(Sales[OrderDateKey]), ALL(Sales)) >= mc
RETURN
IF(
mf,
CALCULATE(
[Sales],
FILTER(
ALL('Calendar'[Date]),
'Calendar'[Date] <= mc
)
)
) ```

Hope this helps
Mariusz

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Senior Member

## Re: Cumulative Sum, how to manage future periods

You can use the below expresion, however you need to adjust it to your data model.

```Sales Running Total =
VAR mc = MAX('Calendar'[Date])
VAR mf = CALCULATE(MAX(Sales[OrderDateKey]), ALL(Sales)) >= mc
RETURN
IF(
mf,
CALCULATE(
[Sales],
FILTER(
ALL('Calendar'[Date]),
'Calendar'[Date] <= mc
)
)
) ```

Hope this helps
Mariusz

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## Re: Cumulative Sum, how to manage future periods

hi @Mariusz ,

thank you for the suggestion. I did miss to mention that my dates [QTR & WORKWEEK] are text fields due to a different WorkWeek definition we use. I did try out your formula but doesnt seem to work probably due to the date factor. let me play with it still.

thanks,