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NiMa
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Regarding Matrix Column Total Calculation based on date selection

Hi,

I have to create a DAX which calculates the total of a column based on date and then divide the row total of that with the total value.

eg. 

NiMa_0-1653462984500.png

So, i want to create a measure which take amount total value based on date and calculate amount(%) by dividing individual row by total amount in the same way as shown in table.

 

Kindly suggest.

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NiMa
Frequent Visitor

Thank you Guys for the help..

I also tried using this :

 

Total = CALCULATE(Table[Amount],ALLEXCEPT(Table,Table[Date))

 

and it worked !!

 

Thanks for your help as well.

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NiMa
Frequent Visitor

Thank you Guys for the help..

I also tried using this :

 

Total = CALCULATE(Table[Amount],ALLEXCEPT(Table,Table[Date))

 

and it worked !!

 

Thanks for your help as well.

Samarth_18
Super User
Super User

Hi @NiMa ,

 

You could create a measure as below:-

Measure =
VAR total =
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( 'Table (2)'[Amount] ),
        ALL ( 'Table (2)'[Variety] ),
        'Table (2)'[Date] = MAX ( 'Table (2)'[Date] )
    )
RETURN
    DIVIDE ( MAX ( 'Table (2)'[Amount] ), total )

Refer attached file.

 

BR,

Samarth


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JamesFr06
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Super User

Hi

 

first measure , sales by day by variety==>

Total sales = sum(Fruit[Amount])
 
second measure , Total sales for the day==> 
Total sales day = calculate(sum(Fruit[Amount]),REMOVEFILTERS(Fruit[Variety]))
 
Third measure, calculate %
%sales = divide(Fruit[Total sales],Fruit[Total sales day],0)
JamesFr06_0-1653463792683.png

 

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