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## Breakdown the YTD sales into monthly by item

Hi there

Can anyone help me to figure out the best way to calculate monthly sales per item if all I have is the Year to Date Sales which is cumulative?

For example: Assuming the Year starts on Jan 21, so on Jan-21 the sales for Item A will be \$10000, in Feb 21 the sales for Item A will be \$500.

Period    Item Name    Year to Date Sales

Jan-21   A            \$10,000.00

Jan-21   B            \$2,000.00

Jan-21   C            \$0.00

Jan-21   D            \$500.00

Jan-21   E            \$1,002.00

Jan-21   F            \$999.00

Jan-21   G            \$100.00

Jan-21   H            \$150.00

Jan-21   I             \$599.00

Jan-21   J             \$3,092.00

Feb-21  A            \$10,500.00

Feb-21  B            \$2,500.00

Feb-21  C            \$500.00

Feb-21  D            \$1,000.00

Feb-21  E            \$1,502.00

Feb-21  F            \$1,499.00

Feb-21  G            \$600.00

Feb-21  H            \$650.00

Feb-21  I             \$1,099.00

Feb-21  J             \$3,592.00

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Super User

@SushiSashimi1 , Create date  column with help from month year

Date = Datevalue("01-"&[Period])

Then a new column

=

var _date = eomonth([Date],-1)

return

sumx(filter(Table, [Item Name] = earlier([Item Name])  && eomonth([Date],0) = _date) ,  [Year to Date Sales]) -[Year to Date Sales]

Super User

@SushiSashimi1 , Create date  column with help from month year

Date = Datevalue("01-"&[Period])

Then a new column

=

var _date = eomonth([Date],-1)

return

sumx(filter(Table, [Item Name] = earlier([Item Name])  && eomonth([Date],0) = _date) ,  [Year to Date Sales]) -[Year to Date Sales]

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