I am pretty new to Power BI and so far I am enjoying it, however, I am having a great difficulty in using Dax.
I want to create a Vendor ABC analysis by spend and can't seem to figure out how to. My data is very large but I have included a small sample below. Is there a tutorial somewhere I can review?
thanks for all your help.
Date Vendor Item Category SPEND
The Italians have a pattern for the dynamic version with measures like you've requested here: https://www.daxpatterns.com/abc-classification-dynamic/
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Please show the exact result which you are expecting.
Kudos for posting sample data. That being said, I have no idea what you want as far as output. Can you clarify?
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Thanks so much for your quick response Greg. What i am trying to do is develop an ABC analysis for vendors by spend such that
A = 10% of suppliers
B = 20% of suppliers
C = 70% of suppliers
by creating either a column with each vendor classified A, B, C or using a measure and be able to graph it.
OK, forgive my ignorance of ABC Vendor analysis. I'm still not 100% with you. You can get each vendor's % of spend with this formula:
Percentile = DIVIDE(SUM(Vendors[Spend]),CALCULATE(SUM(Vendors[Spend]),ALL(Vendors)))
But, I get the feeling that's not exactly what you want. Let me do some searching on ABC Vendor Analysis to see if I can understand it or if you could provide details that would be cool.
here is a sample result i am expecting. I am able execute all the calculations in the table in excel 2016 and load in Power BI for visualization, however, i would like to be able to execute all the calculations using measures or other method in Power BI from my raw data rather than do the double work
That image is just way to small. What do you have on the X-axis?
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