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How to build a custom matrix in Power BI with custom aggregations and different total levels

I have been asked to create a matrix that would present the following structure:

 

                            Month 1     Month 2      Month 3      Current Month      YTD        FY

Team

      - Agent 1

            - Actual

            - Target

      - Agent 2 

            - Actual

            - Target

 

 

How can this be achieved in Power BI?


Thank you

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Anonymous
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Re: How to build a custom matrix in Power BI with custom aggregations and different total levels

Hi @v-cherch-msft ,

 

I have went through your solution but unfortunately it does work for me since the new measures should be added only at the end and not to be shown by month for example.

 

I had accomplished this by creating a calculated table with the structure I want and dynamically assigning the correspondent measures based on the current scope.

 

Thank you

 

Regards,

LS

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Microsoft v-cherch-msft
Microsoft

Re: How to build a custom matrix in Power BI with custom aggregations and different total levels

Hi @Anonymous 

You may create the matrix like page2.Then create measures to get the YTD... like page 1 in attachment.If you need further help,please share some simplified data sample and expected output.

Reference:https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/YoY-Growth-in-Different-Section-in-Matrix-Table/m-p/579986#M274347

Regards,

Community Support Team _ Cherie Chen
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Anonymous
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Re: How to build a custom matrix in Power BI with custom aggregations and different total levels

Hi @v-cherch-msft ,

 

I have went through your solution but unfortunately it does work for me since the new measures should be added only at the end and not to be shown by month for example.

 

I had accomplished this by creating a calculated table with the structure I want and dynamically assigning the correspondent measures based on the current scope.

 

Thank you

 

Regards,

LS

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