I have the following data, obviously the list go on and on:
If I want to know whether the transactions is an inflow (money going in) or outflow(money going out) for each account, what are some ways that I can achieve that? For instance, the first transaction for person B will have an inflow of $100, and none for output. And A will have outflow of -$100 and and none for inflow.
I can't be creating all these table for each person because I simply have various people in my data. So what are the ways to achieve that?
Thanks in advance.
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Hope this helps.
Hello @ryan_mayu ,
Thanks for the fast response, you are a life-saver! I am really new to PowerBi, can you elaborate the logic behind this? I know that you have connect the three tables with cardinality. I just don't quite understand the inflow and outflow measure. For inflow is it like summing the Amount by individual in the "To" column?
There are 3 tables in the model. One is datetime, one is dim_customer and the last is the one you provided. Using the dim_customer to find if the customer is in the FROM column ,if so, that is an output. If the customer is in the To column, that will be an inflow.
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