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Total by Product & Subgroup

 Material RM Category Cost % of Cost SKU1 Fuel 1000 38% Gas 250 9% Transport 500 19% Direct 700 26% Indirect 200 8% Total Cost 2650 100% SKU2 Fuel 750 25% Gas 850 28% Transport 900 30% Direct 200 7% Indirect 300 10% Total Cost 3000 100%

Hello Guys : Can you pls provide some guidance to do this % of Cost Column (4) which is the total within product and category of that product ?

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@Aravind_Kumar ,  Try a measure like

divide(Sum(Table[Cost]),calculate(Sum(Table[Cost]), allexcept(Table, Table[SKU])))

or

divide(Sum(Table[Cost]),calculate(Sum(Table[Cost]), filter(allselected(Table), Table[SKU] = max(Table[SKU]))))

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Community Support

You can try what @amitchandak mentioned, it will give you the expected result. And here is the test result:

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Icey

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Super User

@Aravind_Kumar ,  Try a measure like

divide(Sum(Table[Cost]),calculate(Sum(Table[Cost]), allexcept(Table, Table[SKU])))

or

divide(Sum(Table[Cost]),calculate(Sum(Table[Cost]), filter(allselected(Table), Table[SKU] = max(Table[SKU]))))

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