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LadyLizzy
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DIVIDE each row with the SUM of column according to applied filters

Hi!

 

revmix pic.PNG

I am trying to make a calculation for each row of a matrix against the sum of a column according to filtered data from a slicer. I have succeeded with a global calculation with the totals of all the organizations but it is not updating  according to the slicer but my function seems to always take the total sum of all the product revenues and disregards the filter from the slicer which is supposed to be filtering the products.

 

This is the global one that seems to be working: 

A RevMix Global = DIVIDE('Products A'[Revenue], SUM('Products A'[Revenue]))*100
 
Now I want to do the same but with the SUM of the filtered product revenues. How do I do this?
 
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AH! I had pasted it into my calculated column (the global calculation is a column) so I tried it as a measure and it looks better but was calculating according to the category it is in.

BUT! I tried with removing the 'Products A' in the ALLSELECTED and now it works!! 😄

 

So the updated measure is:

A RevMix Selected % = DIVIDE(SUM('Products A'[Revenue]), CALCULATE(SUM('Products A'[Revenue]), ALLSELECTED()))*100

 

Thank you so much for your assistance! 

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Create 2 Measures
1st : Total Sales = CALCULATE(Sum('Sheet1 (3)'[Sales]),All())

2nd : Sales % = (Sum('Sheet1 (3)'[Sales])/[Total Sales])*100divide values using the total of a column.png

A RevMix Selected % = CALCULATE(SUM('Products A'[Revenue]),ALLSELECTED(Table[Dimencion or Column 1 ]))/
CALCULATE('Products A'[Revenue]), ALL(Table)) *100

pfa Test result Result.JPG

parry2k
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@LadyLizzy update your measure as below

 

A RevMix Global = 
DIVIDE(
SUM('Products A'[Revenue]),
CALCULATE(SUM('Products A'[Revenue]), ALLSELECTED('Products A'))
)*100


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Thank you for swift reply!

I tried your update but it doesn't give the right calculations:

remix 2.PNG

The slicer is based on another table for organizers but they have a relationship. Could that be something to go on?

@LadyLizzy that might be the issue, can you share the relationship between tables.



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It's a bit sensitive data, is it enough to see this one?

relationship.PNG

The Organizers.Name value is the slicer

@LadyLizzy can you share what measure you added? It suppose to be working as expected.



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AH! I had pasted it into my calculated column (the global calculation is a column) so I tried it as a measure and it looks better but was calculating according to the category it is in.

BUT! I tried with removing the 'Products A' in the ALLSELECTED and now it works!! 😄

 

So the updated measure is:

A RevMix Selected % = DIVIDE(SUM('Products A'[Revenue]), CALCULATE(SUM('Products A'[Revenue]), ALLSELECTED()))*100

 

Thank you so much for your assistance! 

Thank you very much ❤️

This was really helpful for me.

Now my financial report looks quite good 🙂

@LadyLizzy glad you figured out, sorry I missed to point out to add as a measure instead of column. Cheers!!



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