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## How to Calculate Subtotal of Other Rows (Exclude Current Row Value)

I am looking for a way to generate a subtotal column that's the sum of other rows of data, so in other words, it ignores / excludes the current row's value from the subtotal.

• Per the screenshot below, I want to create what's displayed in col D (metric1_subtotal_other rows).
• Col E contains examples of how I am arriving at the subtotals I would like to create
• I already have cols A-C in my PBI report.

In case it's needed, you can access the sample PBI report here:

Also, here is a link to the excel file used to create the PBI file and screenshot above:  https://drive.google.com/file/d/19spH03FeAMPh6SWE2zTYqFsSy8cWeHl8/view?usp=sharing

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Resident Rockstar

@hasharitry this

``````_test =
IF (
OR (
OR ( ISINSCOPE ( SM[srg] ), ISINSCOPE ( SM[sds] ) ),
ISINSCOPE ( SM[loc] )
),
CALCULATE ( SUM ( CS1[metric1_subtotal] ), ALLSELECTED ( CS1 ) )
- SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( SM[sdv] ),
VAR _1 =
MAX ( SM[sdv] )
VAR _2 =
CALCULATE (
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( SM ), SM[sdv] <> _1 )
)
RETURN
_2,
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] )
)
)``````

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Resident Rockstar

@hasharican you try this as a measure?

``````_x :=
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( SM[sdv] ),
VAR _1 =
MAX ( SM[sdv] )
VAR _2 =
CALCULATE (
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( SM ), SM[sdv] <> _1 )
)
RETURN
_2,
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] )
)``````

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Helper I

@smpa01  - Thanks for sharing this approach!

It seems to work fine at the 'sdv' level (Level-1), but when i drill down to 'srg' (Level-2), it doesn't seem to follow the drill-level rows.

Thoughts?

Resident Rockstar

@hashari  try this and see if it works as you desired

``````Measure :=
IF (
OR (
OR ( ISINSCOPE ( SM[srg] ), ISINSCOPE ( SM[sds] ) ),
ISINSCOPE ( SM[loc] )
),
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( SM[sdv] ),
VAR _1 =
MAX ( SM[sdv] )
VAR _2 =
CALCULATE (
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( SM ), SM[sdv] <> _1 )
)
RETURN
_2,
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] )
)
)``````

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Resident Rockstar

@hashariI am not sure how do you envision the calculation to pan out on a drill down level

On individualsdv level (non-subtotal filter context), I am telling my measure to calculate evrything but that particular sdv level. So with sdv=2, it sums up 4+5+7+10.

When you drill down and gove to sdv->srg lvel what do you plan this measure to return for sdv-srg level with 2-20 and 2-51?

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Helper I

For 2-20 would it be possible to display 727 (870 - 143), instead of 640

For 2-51 would it be possible to display 783 (870 - 87), instead of 640

Also, would that carry if we drill down to Level-3, 'sds' ?

Resident Rockstar

@hasharitry this

``````_test =
IF (
OR (
OR ( ISINSCOPE ( SM[srg] ), ISINSCOPE ( SM[sds] ) ),
ISINSCOPE ( SM[loc] )
),
CALCULATE ( SUM ( CS1[metric1_subtotal] ), ALLSELECTED ( CS1 ) )
- SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
IF (
HASONEVALUE ( SM[sdv] ),
VAR _1 =
MAX ( SM[sdv] )
VAR _2 =
CALCULATE (
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( SM ), SM[sdv] <> _1 )
)
RETURN
_2,
SUMX ( CS1, CS1[metric1_subtotal] )
)
)``````

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