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## Cumulative Sales

I want to write a measure which filters the data by multiple columns.

I want a cumulative total for a product over the course of twelve weeks and then I want to have a measure which shows the performance of an individual sales person to match against the performance of the whole team.

 Week Number Product Value Sales Person 1 Apples £                       10 Annie 1 Apples £                       10 Jon 1 Apples £                       10 Tom 1 Apples £                       10 Jon 1 Apples £                       10 Annie 1 Apples £                       10 Jon 1 Apples £                       10 Dave 1 Apples £                       10 Tom 1 Apples £                       10 Jon 1 Apples £                       10 Annie 2 Apples £                       10 Dave 2 Apples £                       10 Annie 2 Apples £                       10 Tom

I use the following dax formula to get the cumulative total

= CALCULATE(SUM('table'[value]) , FILTER(ALL('table'),table[week number]<=MAX('table'[week number]), VALUE('table'[Product]))

what do I need to add to just get the cumulative sales for Dave?

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Helper I

Hi,

Did you try?
= CALCULATE(SUM('table'[value]) ,
FILTER(ALL('table'),
AND(table[week number]<=MAX('table'[week number]),
table[Sales Person] = "Dave"),
VALUE('table'[Product]))

2 REPLIES 2
Helper I

Hi,

Did you try?
= CALCULATE(SUM('table'[value]) ,
FILTER(ALL('table'),
AND(table[week number]<=MAX('table'[week number]),
table[Sales Person] = "Dave"),
VALUE('table'[Product]))

New Member

That's great thanks it's worked.