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## Cumulative Totals using measure

I have the following simple matrix.

I need to be able to cumulativly add up the mins value for that dayno. and the previous cumulative value. So in this example above, the desired values are what I am after.

So for Day 0, its 6264 + 1423 = 7687,

Day 1 its 305 + 1118 = 1423,

Day 2 its 199 + 919 = 1118,

, etc

The only thing I will say is that in the full version of this, the [Mins] values are measures rather than stored values.

It sounds very simple but im scratching my head over this. Ive attached the pbix file/excel sheet to illustrate the simple formula used for this.

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## Re: Cumulative Totals using measure

Hi @rax99

In your table, the Desired column has some error from row DayNo 0 to 4, it should be 7688 1424 1119 920 790 692.

In my test, create a Measure as [Mins] in your original dataset, then calculate based on the [Mins] measure

```Measure 2 = SUMX(FILTER(ALL(Sheet1),[DayNo]>=MAX([DayNo])+1),[Measure])

Measure 3 = [Measure]+[Measure 2]```

Best Reagrds

Maggie

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## Re: Cumulative Totals using measure

First, add a new calculated column where you can have the PrevDesired value as below

`PrevDesired = LOOKUPVALUE(Test47CummSum[Desired],Test47CummSum[DayNo],Test47CummSum[DayNo]+1) `

Then, create a measure as below

`Test47Out = SUM(Test47CummSum[Mins])+SUM(Test47CummSum[PrevDesired])`

Hope this helps !!

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## Re: Cumulative Totals using measure

The only issue is that I dont actually have the 'desired' values in the actual dataset. This was just to illustrate what I needed the results to appear like. I only have the [Mins] values (as measures)

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## Re: Cumulative Totals using measure

@rax99 Ok got you !! Then, please try this..

`Test47Out1 = CALCULATE(SUM(Test47CummSum[Mins]),FILTER(ALL(Test47CummSum),MAX(Test47CummSum[DayNo]) <= Test47CummSum[DayNo]))`

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## Re: Cumulative Totals using measure

This doesnt appear to be working when using a measure:

As you can see; 6264 + 1162 does not equal 8540,

305 + 901 does not equal 1162,

etc.

However trying this on my example workbook where values are column stored, this does work. Any ideas why the measure is throwing it off?

The calc I used is:

`RepeatMinsSaved(Cummulative) = CALCULATE([Repeat Mins Saved],FILTER(ALL('Table'),MAX('Table'[DayNo]) <= 'Table'[DayNo]))`

Community Support Team

## Re: Cumulative Totals using measure

Hi @rax99

In your table, the Desired column has some error from row DayNo 0 to 4, it should be 7688 1424 1119 920 790 692.

In my test, create a Measure as [Mins] in your original dataset, then calculate based on the [Mins] measure

```Measure 2 = SUMX(FILTER(ALL(Sheet1),[DayNo]>=MAX([DayNo])+1),[Measure])

Measure 3 = [Measure]+[Measure 2]```

Best Reagrds

Maggie