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Re: Calculating Running Total, but where the x-axis is categorical values, and not dates

what you are trying to build is a pareto chart, if you google for it, you will find lots of howtos with power bi and dax.

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Hi @rzubiri 

 

It seems the subject and content have been removed and replaced by a dot in this question, based on the info from @vik0810 , I'd like to suggest you calculate the cumulative amount using Calculate(SUM(),filter(All(table),[Col]<=max[Col]),values[Year/Month]),

detailed info please refer to:

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Cumulative-Running-Totals-in-DAX/td-p/42608

https://www.sqlbi.com/articles/computing-running-totals-in-dax/

 

 

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