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reneM2026
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Accumulated difference

I have a table like the one below which has the accumulated sales per month, I need to calculate the real value of the month considering that there are several companies that have different branches and that each one can belong to a different category.

 

Another option could be to create a column with the previous data and then perform the subtraction but I also have problems with that.

 

Consider that the real table has more companies, branches and goes from 1/2019 to 7/2023

 

reneM2026_1-1695387433905.png

 

 

 

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reneM2026
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I managed to do it this way. First create a column that has de previous value of sales.

 

Previous Sale =
VAR PreviousDate = DATEADD(BASE[Date], -1, MONTH
RETURN
IF(BASE[NUM_MONTH] = 1, 0,
    SUMX(
        FILTER(
            'BASE',
            'BASE'[DATE] = PreviousDate &&
            BASE[Company] = EARLIER(BASE[Company]) &&
            BASE[Branch] = EARLIER(BASE[Branch])
        ),
        BASE[Sales]
    )
)
 
Then I used a metric like the following.
Monthly Sales = SUM(BASE[Sales]) - SUM(BASE[Previous Sale])
 
That way i managed to get the monthly Sales by company and branches (Corredora = Company, Produccion = Sales, Produccion Mensual = Monthly Sales)
reneM2026_0-1695397272762.png

 

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reneM2026
Frequent Visitor

I managed to do it this way. First create a column that has de previous value of sales.

 

Previous Sale =
VAR PreviousDate = DATEADD(BASE[Date], -1, MONTH
RETURN
IF(BASE[NUM_MONTH] = 1, 0,
    SUMX(
        FILTER(
            'BASE',
            'BASE'[DATE] = PreviousDate &&
            BASE[Company] = EARLIER(BASE[Company]) &&
            BASE[Branch] = EARLIER(BASE[Branch])
        ),
        BASE[Sales]
    )
)
 
Then I used a metric like the following.
Monthly Sales = SUM(BASE[Sales]) - SUM(BASE[Previous Sale])
 
That way i managed to get the monthly Sales by company and branches (Corredora = Company, Produccion = Sales, Produccion Mensual = Monthly Sales)
reneM2026_0-1695397272762.png

 

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