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bgirish Frequent Visitor
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Summning data from different rows

I've got a table called 'orders'

 

order_id, customer_id

1001, 5000

1002, 5432

 

and another 'order_detail' with multiple rows per order

 

order_detail_id, order_id, type, value

1, 1001, item, 50.00

2, 1001, item, 25.99

3, 1001, subtotal,  75.99

4, 1001, discount, 5.00

5, 1001, discount, 2.00

6, 1001, tax, 20.00

7, 1001, total, 90.99

 

I want to add a calculated colum 'revenue' to the 'orders' table.

 

Effectively it would be sum of the related items MINUS the sum of the related discounts 

 

I'm new to this and any help will be appreciated.

 

Thank you.

 

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alexei7 Member
Member

Re: Summning data from different rows

Hi @bgirish,

 

Presuming you have the two tables joined by order_id in the relationships view, try the following:

 

Revenue = CALCULATE(SUM(order_detail[value]),order_detail[type]="item")-CALCULATE(SUM(order_detail[value]),order_detail[type]="discount") 

Hope that helps,

Alex

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alexei7 Member
Member

Re: Summning data from different rows

Hi @bgirish,

 

Presuming you have the two tables joined by order_id in the relationships view, try the following:

 

Revenue = CALCULATE(SUM(order_detail[value]),order_detail[type]="item")-CALCULATE(SUM(order_detail[value]),order_detail[type]="discount") 

Hope that helps,

Alex

Re: Summning data from different rows

In the Orders table, you could add something like:

CALCULATE( SUM( order_detail[value] )
   , order_detail[type] = "item"
) 
- CALCULATE( SUM( order_detail[value] )
   , order_detail[type] = "discount"
) 


Edit: in case you require additional calculated columns, you may want to write the following instead (to avoid circular reference errors).

CALCULATE( SUM( order_detail[value] )
   , order_detail[type] = "item"
   , ALLEXCEPT( orders, orders[order_id] )
) 
- CALCULATE( SUM( order_detail[value] )
   , order_detail[type] = "discount"
   , ALLEXCEPT( orders, orders[order_id] )
) 
bgirish Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Summning data from different rows

Revenue =

CALCULATE(SUMX(FILTER('order_detail', 'order_detail'[type]="item"), 'order_detail'[linetotal]))

CALCULATE(SUMX(FILTER('order_detail', 'order_detail'[type]="discount"), 'order_detail'[linetotal])) 

This is what I ended up using. I couldn't get SUM to work, but I did use SUMX.

 

Thanks for steering me in the right direction.

 

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Summning data from different rows

Hi @bgirish,

 

By my tests, the replies from others could solve your problem by creating a calculated column to get the MINUS of sum of the related items and the sum of the related discounts.

 

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However, It seems that you still need help, could you please share your expected output so that we can help further investigate on it?

 

In addition, what is the 'order_detail'[linetotal] in your formula above? Please describe your scenario in more details.

 

Best Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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