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Helper I

## Stoping the flat line

Hi,

I am trying to generate few S-curves. The plan curves are looking good, only issue is it is not starting from zero.

but the real issue is the actual curve is going all the way to the right.

Is there any way to stop it in the last value of actual? And I need this for Date Hierarchy (meaning rolling up to Week - Month.

Any help is highly appreciated.

Best regards,

Sumit

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Super User VII

## Re: Stoping the flat line

@sumitghosal change your cumulative measure like this

``````Cumulative measure =

<<current measure calculation>>
* DIVIDE ( [Weekly Measure], [Weekly Measure] )``````

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Super User VII

## Re: Stoping the flat line

@sumitghosal change your cumulative measure like this

``````Cumulative measure =

<<current measure calculation>>
* DIVIDE ( [Weekly Measure], [Weekly Measure] )``````

I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make efforts to give Kudos whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
Feel free to email me with any of your BI needs.

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Helper I

## Re: Stoping the flat line

Thanks for your help. It worked like magic in monthly, but the actual curve disappeared when drilled down to weekly.

Monthly

Weekly

Any idea, how to bring that curve back in weekly scale?

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Helper I

## Re: Stoping the flat line

I could get it back. It was due to a different [Date] field from the calendar. You solved my problem.

Thanks a lot mate.

Best regards,

Sumit

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