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## How to display rolling 12 weeks in order, e.g. week 42- 1?

Need current stacked column chart to display week 42 - 1, week 43-2, etc.  a rolling week display.  X axis is week.

Data set is:

Week  Year    Expected TAT day    % On Time

42        2018      1                               95.00%

43        2018      1

44

...

1          2019       1

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## Re: How to display rolling 12 weeks in order, e.g. week 42- 1?

Do you have a datetime table? If you have, I think you can use dateadd formula to find out 12 weeks ago or 12 weeks later's value. Then you can get table like below. Then you can drag two values and week 1 is next to week 42, week 2 is next to 43.

Thanks

 weeks value 12 weeks later value 42 1 4 43 2 5 44 3 6
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Established Member

## Re: How to display rolling 12 weeks in order, e.g. week 42- 1?

Do you have a datetime table? If you have, I think you can use dateadd formula to find out 12 weeks ago or 12 weeks later's value. Then you can get table like below. Then you can drag two values and week 1 is next to week 42, week 2 is next to 43.

Thanks

 weeks value 12 weeks later value 42 1 4 43 2 5 44 3 6
Community Support Team

## Re: How to display rolling 12 weeks in order, e.g. week 42- 1?

Hi @lijoyce,

If below image is what you want, then, please refer to the measures. If not, please show us your desired output, as mentioned in this link.

```TY =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( 'Week Value'[Value] ),
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( 'Week Value' ),
'Week Value'[Year]
= SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Week Value'[Year] ) + 1
&& 'Week Value'[Week]
= SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Week Value'[Week] ) - 41
)
)

LY =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( 'Week Value'[Value] ),
FILTER (
ALLEXCEPT ( 'Week Value', 'Week Value'[Week] ),
'Week Value'[Year]
= YEAR ( TODAY () ) - 1
)
)```

Best regards,

Yuliana Gu

Community Support Team _ Yuliana Gu
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