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PBI-Curious
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Using * -1 with a Dax measure

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The Dax below is giving me a positive value. What do I have to do to modify the Dax with * -1 to make it a negative value?
 
Net Timing = CALCULATE(SUM(metricssalescustomer[amount]),metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Lost - Timing" || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Decline - Timing" || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1]= "Upsell - Timing"|| metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "New - Timing")
 
Much appreciate your time
 
Thank you
 
 
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Samarth_18
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @PBI-Curious ,

 

You can try below code:-

Net Timing =
VAR result =
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( metricssalescustomer[amount] ),
        metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Lost - Timing"
            || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Decline - Timing"
            || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Upsell - Timing"
            || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "New - Timing"
    )
RETURN
    result * -1

 

Thanks,

Samarth

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AlexisOlson
Super User
Super User

You can just stick a "-" in from of CALCULATE or SUM too but you may want to keep more visible than just a single character.

 

I'd probably do something like this:

Net Timing =
CALCULATE (
    -1 * SUM ( metricssalescustomer[amount] ),
    metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1]
        IN { "Lost - Timing", "Decline - Timing", "Upsell - Timing", "New - Timing" }
)

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AlexisOlson
Super User
Super User

You can just stick a "-" in from of CALCULATE or SUM too but you may want to keep more visible than just a single character.

 

I'd probably do something like this:

Net Timing =
CALCULATE (
    -1 * SUM ( metricssalescustomer[amount] ),
    metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1]
        IN { "Lost - Timing", "Decline - Timing", "Upsell - Timing", "New - Timing" }
)

Hello Alexis

Will give it a try. 

Thank you

Samarth_18
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @PBI-Curious ,

 

You can try below code:-

Net Timing =
VAR result =
    CALCULATE (
        SUM ( metricssalescustomer[amount] ),
        metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Lost - Timing"
            || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Decline - Timing"
            || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "Upsell - Timing"
            || metricssalescustomer[sales_type_lvl1] = "New - Timing"
    )
RETURN
    result * -1

 

Thanks,

Samarth

Best Regards,
Samarth

If this post helps, please consider accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.
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Hi Samarth

Got it to work, much appreciate your help!

Thank you

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