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zoemostert Regular Visitor
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Filter Calculate different from column

 Hi there! I have a small problem. I succesfully created a table, where i can see the revenue by item category. Now i wanted to created a measure to calculate the revenue by item category. But the values are not the same.

Total Radio Growth = CALCULATE([Total Revenue], 
	FILTER('ORDERS', ORDERS[Item cat] = "DMR/Analog Radio" || ORDERS[Item cat] = "Lic Fee Chuchubi"
		|| ORDERS[Item cat] = "Maintenance Fees" || ORDERS[Item cat] = "Radio Accessoiries" ||
		ORDERS[Item cat] = "Radio Parts" || ORDERS[Item cat] = "System Chuchubi" || ORDERS[Item cat] = "Talk Features" ||
		ORDERS[Item cat] = "Tetra Equipment") , 'ORDERS'[TotalPaid] > 0)

i used the code above, but as you can see they present different values than in the table.


What could be the problem? and how do i fix it?

Super User
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Re: Filter Calculate different from column



Share the link from where i can download your file.

zoemostert Regular Visitor
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Re: Filter Calculate different from column

@Ashish_Mathur I don't think I can, since it's real data from our database. 

vanessafvg Super Contributor
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Re: Filter Calculate different from column

@zoemostert cant quite figure out what you saying the issue is, should both radio growth and revenue be equal to each other?


firstly what is the context of the totalpaid column?   maybe you need to add that into your table to understand the differences? also you might want to change your decimal point to 2 so its easier to read



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