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LizziePeters
Helper I
Helper I

Calculate sum of columns if criteria met

Hi, I have a table as follows.  I would like to create a column that sums up the total rights and total tech values for each DEAL ID.  Eg deal ID 1 would sum up all the values in the first 3 rows (total rights and total tech columns)

 

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Thank you so much for your help!!!!

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@LizziePeters ,

Try new columns like

sumx(filter(Table, [deal id] = earlier([deal id])),[total rights])


sumx(filter(Table, [deal id] = earlier([deal id])),[total Tech])

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@LizziePeters ,

Try new columns like

sumx(filter(Table, [deal id] = earlier([deal id])),[total rights])


sumx(filter(Table, [deal id] = earlier([deal id])),[total Tech])

Thank you so much!  It isn't working.....any other idea?  I want it to sum up the total amount in both the rights and the tech columns for each deal.

So in the example below I would like it to sum up 414,510+160,000+9,000 for all rows with deal ID 2.

 

LizziePeters_0-1602694560183.png

 

Thank you so much for the quick response!

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