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ftorres
Helper I
Helper I

Cummulative with measure not working

I'm trying to create a cummulative calcule but it's not working.

I've created 1 measure with Earned Value which is Earned Value = ([Planned Value BAC] * [Total of % Complete]) / 100

and then I created the

EV cummulative = CALCULATE([Earned Value], FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Budget),Budget[account_period] <= MAX(Budget[account_period])))

the result is diplayed below and the total is right, but it doesn't follow the sum. I've created also BAC cummulative and Actual cost cummulative and both works.

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ftorres
Helper I
Helper I

I have to create a column Earned Value instead of a measure.

then the code below worked.

EV cummulative = CALCULATE([Earned Value], FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Budget),Budget[account_period] <= MAX(Budget[account_period])))

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ftorres
Helper I
Helper I

I have to create a column Earned Value instead of a measure.

then the code below worked.

EV cummulative = CALCULATE([Earned Value], FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Budget),Budget[account_period] <= MAX(Budget[account_period])))

Greg_Deckler
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Tough to understand what is going on given the information provided. I take it that [Planned Value BAC] and [Total % Complete] are also measures? What are their formulas? What is the value of [Total % Complete] in the rows show below? What are your formulas for the cummulative totals that work?

 

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Hi Greg,

Both are measures with SUM function.

Planned Value BAC = IF(SUM(Budget[budget_rev])<>0, SUM(Budget[budget_rev]), BLANK())

Total of % Complete = SUM(Budget[% Complete])

 

This measure below works

BAC cummulative = CALCULATE([Planned Value BAC],FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Budget),Budget[account_period] <= MAX(Budget[account_period])))

Hi @ftorres,

 

You formula seems well, can you please share a pbix file with some sample data for test?

 

In addition, you can also try to use following measure to calculate cumulative based on other measure:

Commulative =
VAR currPeriod =
    MAX ( Budget[account_period] )
VAR summary =
    ADDCOLUMNS ( ALLSELECTED ( Budget ), "EV", [Earned Value] )
RETURN
    SUMX ( FILTER ( summarize, Budget[account_period] <= currPeriod ), [EV] )

 

Regards,
Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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