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tstackhouse Regular Visitor
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Showing % Change year over year

I am attempting to recreate these two visuals in power bi, I have not been sucessful thus far.

What I am attempting to create are two graphs:

One that shows % growth on a continous line from month to month 2017-2018. 

One that shows % growth 2017 compared to 2018.

 

Since I cannot attach a work book.... I have attached a photo for reference.CapturePBI.PNG

 

Thank you in advance.

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Microsoft v-jiascu-msft
Microsoft

Re: Showing % Change year over year

Hi @tstackhouse,

 

Which visual isn't created successfully? Seems your first visual works. Please try to create measures like below.

1. The first visual.

MonthToMonth =
DIVIDE (
    SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ),
    CALCULATE ( SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ), PREVIOUSMONTH ( datetable[date] ) )
)

2. The second visual.

MonthToMonthYearly =
DIVIDE (
    SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ),
    CALCULATE ( SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ), SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR ( datetable[date] ) )
)

Best Regards,

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
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Super User
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Re: Showing % Change year over year

If you have a true date field, create a Calender table and relate it and then you should be able to use the built-in Time Intelligence Quick Measures. Otherwise, check out my Quick Measure Gallery item here:

 

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/Time-Intelligence-quot-The-Hard-Way-quot-TIT...

 


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tstackhouse Regular Visitor
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Re: Showing % Change year over year

I have created a calendar table:

Calendar = CALENDAR(FIRSTDATE(Query1[Invdate]),date(2030,12,31))

 

I have a "Year" column for all of my dates:

Year = year('Calendar'[Date]) 

 

I have a "Month" column:

Month = format('Calendar'[Date],"MMMM" )

 

I have a "Month and Year" Column:

Month and Year = 'Calendar'[Year]&" "&'Calendar'[Month]

 

These are the only columns in my Calendar table, I have created a relationship between my 2 tables via Invoice date and Date.

I have tried to use there formulas as a base model but have not had any luck.

Microsoft v-jiascu-msft
Microsoft

Re: Showing % Change year over year

Hi @tstackhouse,

 

Which visual isn't created successfully? Seems your first visual works. Please try to create measures like below.

1. The first visual.

MonthToMonth =
DIVIDE (
    SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ),
    CALCULATE ( SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ), PREVIOUSMONTH ( datetable[date] ) )
)

2. The second visual.

MonthToMonthYearly =
DIVIDE (
    SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ),
    CALCULATE ( SUM ( 'table'[Monthly] ), SAMEPERIODLASTYEAR ( datetable[date] ) )
)

Best Regards,

Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

Microsoft v-jiascu-msft
Microsoft

Re: Showing % Change year over year

Hi @tstackhouse,

 

Could you please tell me if you solved it? Can you share the answer or mark the proper answer as a solution, please?

 

Best Regards,
Dale

Community Support Team _ Dale
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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