03-19-2018 02:30 PM
03-19-2018 04:47 PM
If you have the values of Income and Cost in the same column create a measure for each one something like:
Cost = CALCULATE ( SUM(Table[Value]); Table[Type] = "Cost") Income = CALCULATE ( SUM(Table[Value]); Table[Type] = "Income")
Then just add the measure or columns in the order you want in your chart. In the example below I'm using columns but it also works with measures as I said:
03-20-2018 02:05 PM
Thanks for your reply. The values for income and costs are in the same column. In fact they are across 2 tables, I have a list of the account codes with balances in a table and then another table to determine whether they are income, costs, assets, liabilities or reserves.
E.g. table named "SAGE Trans" contains nominal 4000 which has a value £1,000 and table named "Nominal" holds the list of nominal codes e.g. 4000 and the next column holds the reference "Income".
The 2 tables are joined but can't get the measure to work across 2 tables.
How did you take the screen video and upload ? as I can show the steps I am going through.
03-20-2018 03:32 PM
I assume that both your table are related by account. You have to do the following measures:
Cost = CALCULATE(SUM('SAGE Trans'[Value]); Nominal[Reference] = "Cost") Income = CALCULATE(SUM('SAGE Trans'[Value]); Nominal[Reference] = "Income")
This will give you the expected result and you can then place them in the bar chart by the order you need.
But if you want further details please share your steps.
It's not a video it's a gif image I taken it with ScreenToGif and it's really simple to use just select the area press record and save the image, then upload it as a photo in your post.