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Helper II

## percent change by rows

Hello, I need urgent help.

I have below table

I would like to calculate the percent change of the 'Value' column for each Hour.

So that 0 hour will have 0 as percent change  always and it will start from 0-1, 1-2,2-3 hour so on... till 23 hour and for each MeasureDate-copy and each MeasurementName

Also please consider 'MeasureDate-copy' column and MeasurementName like (various Prducts), so that for each measurementname formula will calculate the percentage change from hour 0 to 23 for that sepecific day only. and so on.

Pleas help me by using my column names. I really appriate any assistsnace.

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Community Support

Please create it as a calculated measure, not a calculated column.

If you want to create a calculated column, try this:

``````Column =
Table[Diff]
- CALCULATE (
SUM ( Table[Diff] ),
FILTER (
Table,
Table[MeasurementName] = EARLIER ( Table[MeasurementName] )
&& Table[Date] = EARLIER ( Table[Date] )
&& Table[hour]
= EARLIER ( Table[hour] ) - 1
)
)

``````

Best Regards,

Icey

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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Super User

@gaikwadaa123 , Try a new measure like

sum(Table[Diff])- calculate(sum(Table[Diff]), filter(Table, Table[Date] = max(Table[Date]) && Table[hour] = max(Table[hour]]) -1 ))

Helper II

I am looking for the precentage change which should include devide statement. With your formula i can see result like below

It is calculating same result for all rows. I want to see the percentage change for value column by each hour.

Can you modify and check ?

Community Support

Please create it as a calculated measure, not a calculated column.

If you want to create a calculated column, try this:

``````Column =
Table[Diff]
- CALCULATE (
SUM ( Table[Diff] ),
FILTER (
Table,
Table[MeasurementName] = EARLIER ( Table[MeasurementName] )
&& Table[Date] = EARLIER ( Table[Date] )
&& Table[hour]
= EARLIER ( Table[hour] ) - 1
)
)

``````

Best Regards,

Icey

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Community Support

Can this work?

Best Regards,

Icey

Helper II

thank you it worked. I am looking for another same issue,

I have two tables Difference and history ,

I would like to calculate the difference between Difference(actual) and History(value) colums based on the Hours and rate area.

Here is the screenshot:

Helper II

Can you help me?

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