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Ramzay Frequent Visitor
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Set a total column of calculated columns

I have a Matrix Preview visual which presents the data from 3 tables.

 

Table 1: Info about sales persons, including name and id

Table 2: Info about sales, including month, sales person's id, and sold product's id

Table 3: Info about products, including product id, month of the sales and calculated column with COUNTROWS("Table 3")

 

Obviously Table 1 and Table 3 related via Table 2.

 

I have a Matrix visual that has as rows month of the sale (from Table 2); as columns -- sales persons' names (from Table 1) and as values the row counts (from Table 3).

 

Everything looks nice.

 

I need to add a Total column which will summarize all values for each month.

 

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

 

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Moderator v-yuezhe-msft
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Re: Set a total column of calculated columns

Hi @Ramzay,

It seems that you want to get sold product count of each month, right? If so, could you please share sample data of the three tables? We need to know that if there are duplicated values in “month of the sales” column and product id column in Table 3 and what field you use to create relationship between Table 2 and Table 3.

Thanks,
Lydia Zhang

Community Support Team _ Lydia Zhang
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