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Raj123
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Creating extra line or in totals showing the difference between two rows

Hi,
I have matrix visual which has AgentID in row and Date in Column- grill down to month and measure in values.
My condition is to create extra line in row  or to show in total, the measure difference between "agentID 1" and "agentID 3"

(1-3).

I have added two sample table to show what i have and what i need. 

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Current Output

Year2022  
Agent IDJanFebMar
1102030
251015
3246
Total173451

 

Required Output

Year2022  
Agent IDJanFebMar
1102030
251015
3246
Total81624
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parry2k
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Super User

@Raj123 try this, you can tweak the solution as you see fit.

 

Sales = SUM ( Table[Sales] )

Agent 1 Sales = CALCULATE ( Table[Sales], Table[Agent] = 1 )
Agent 3 Sales = CALCULATE ( Table[Sales], Table[Agent] = 3 )

Measure for Matrix = 
IF ( HASONEVALUE ( Table[Agent] ), [Sales], [Agent 1 Sales] - [Agent 3 Sales] )

 



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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@Raj123 try this, you can tweak the solution as you see fit.

 

Sales = SUM ( Table[Sales] )

Agent 1 Sales = CALCULATE ( Table[Sales], Table[Agent] = 1 )
Agent 3 Sales = CALCULATE ( Table[Sales], Table[Agent] = 3 )

Measure for Matrix = 
IF ( HASONEVALUE ( Table[Agent] ), [Sales], [Agent 1 Sales] - [Agent 3 Sales] )

 



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@parry2k  Thank you very much, it worked.Sorry, took time to reply, 

MFelix
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Super User

Hi @Raj123 ,

 

Is this calculation to be done always on first and last name on the table? So in this case is 1 - 3 but if you have any other will be the other values?


Regards

Miguel Félix


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Raj123
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Hi @MFelix ,
This is always done on first and last name. that is 1 - 3.
Thank you

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