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dannyd
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Subtracting between measurements

Hi,

 

I'm struggling with this case for quite some time now, hopefully this community got some tricks up their sleves...

 

So what i wanna do is calculate the savings by subtracting the price year 2 from the price year 1 and multiplying it with the current years bookings. 

 

Another thing that might be good to know is that the prices from year 1 and 2 are measures in the same table.

 

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Thanks for any support!

 
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Anonymous
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final =

var sub=[price1]-[price2]

Return

[Count of booking]*Sub

 

 

Thanks,

Pravin Wattamwar

 

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Thanks for the quick answer Pravin!

 

What i was not to clear about was that the measures price1 and price2 are the same. Is it perhaps possible to add a filter to your code?

 

Thanks

az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @dannyd 

try to

Measure = 
var _year1 = 2018
var _year2 = 2019
RETURN
(CALCULATE([price]; YEAR('Table'[Date])=_year1) - CALCULATE([price]; YEAR('Table'[Date])=_year2)) * CALCULATE(Count('Table'[Booking]))

 

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