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Helper IV

Running Total

Hello All,

Please help me with this.

Revenue is a Default meausre from SQL server source.

I calulated Revenue Contribution(Measure) as DIVIDE(SUM(Query1[Revenue]),[Total Revenue],0)

then after sorting the Contribution I tried calculating another Measure as follows but earlier is not suppose to show 'Contribution' measure while i am typing

 

MAXX(Query1,CALCULATE([Contribution],[Contribution] >= EARLIER("I want Contribution Measure here"),ALL(Query1)))

for running total (the calculation i got from this post )

 

But this is possible with Revenue which is a default Measure from source.

MAXX(Query1,CALCULATE(SUM(Quer1[Revenue]),Quer1[Revenue] >= EARLIER(Query1[Revenue]),ALL(Query1)))

 

Is there any way to pass 'Contribution' as argument to 'Erliler' function

or Calculating Contribution at sequel level and bringing it as a default measure as revenue is only the way.

I dont want to  

 

Thanks in advance.

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

I wrote a blog post today about how to create a Pareto Cumulative Running Total

http://exceleratorbi.com.au/cumulative-running-total-based-on-highest-value/



* Matt is a Microsoft MVP (Power BI) and author of the Power BI Book Supercharge Power BI.

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