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JalalMirahmadi
Frequent Visitor

add % change of units in each load time.

JalalMirahmadi_0-1684464995469.png

We are are trying to see % change of each load time side by side and add it to this visual , aslo would like to have option to choose two load times to compate too .
example :want to comapte load tme of 5/18/2023 to  4/24/2023.

All data coming from one data set and no measures has been used. 

 

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JalalMirahmadi
Frequent Visitor

@FreemanZ  Thank you for reply, to explain more and be more clear :
I want to create the below table in Power BI Matrix, so I have week number and Qty , then want to use dax to create unit variance and % variance . 

wk 20V UV %wk 21V UV %wk 22V UV %wk 23V UV %wk 24V U
6000%701017%45-25-36%1-44-98%200199
FreemanZ
Super User
Super User

hi @JalalMirahmadi 

Not sure if fully get you.

Supposing you have a data table like:

FreemanZ_0-1684568393478.png

try to

1) plot a slicer with a calculated table like:

slicer = VALUES(data[Date])

2) plot a table visual with class column and a measure like:

measure = 
CALCULATE(
    SUM(data[Value]),
    data[Date]=MAX(slicer[Date])
)
-
CALCULATE(
    SUM(data[Value]),
    data[Date]=MIN(slicer[Date])
)

it worked like:

FreemanZ_2-1684568620831.png

FreemanZ_3-1684568637426.png

 

 

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