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## Day on Day difference for each product

Hi,
I have a table like below with prices of my products.

 Date Product Price 13.05.2021 A 5 13.05.2021 B 4 14.05.2021 A 8 14.05.2021 B 5 15.05.2021 A 6 15.05.2021 B 9

Now, I want to calculate the daily % difference between these prices for each product.
My desired result table should look like something like the below.

Thanks in advance for any help !

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Super User

Hi, @pawelj795

Please check the below picture and the sample pbix file's link down below.

I suggest having a dim-date table like below.

Price Measure = SUM('Table'[Price])

Day on Day Diff =
VAR previousdayprice =
CALCULATE ( [Price Measure], DATEADD ( Dates[Date], -1, DAY ) )
RETURN
DIVIDE ( [Price Measure], previousdayprice )

Hi, My name is Jihwan Kim.

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Post Prodigy

@Jihwan_Kim
Thanks for weighing in.

The difference for product A is 60%, not 160%.

Super User

Hi, @pawelj795

Day on Day Diff =
VAR previousdayprice =
CALCULATE ( [Price Measure], DATEADD ( Dates[Date], -1, DAY ) )
RETURN
IF(not ISBLANK([Price Measure]),
DIVIDE ( [Price Measure]-previousdayprice, previousdayprice )
)

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Post Prodigy

@Jihwan_Kim
I need to modify your measure slightly.
I want to show only products, which price changed yesterday (or the current week).

This could be a simple table.

 Product % Difference change (yesterday) Price before Price after A 80% 10 18 B 70% 10 17 C 60% 10 16 D 50% 10 15

Super User

Hi, @pawelj795

Is the above input or output?

Seeing above, A / B / C / D all products have changes in the price.

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Post Prodigy

@Jihwan_Kim
It is the output.

This table must show only products, which prices changed yesterday. (it is another table to the one you help me created before)

Post Prodigy

Thanks, it's working!
Now, I want to add another measure, which shows only products, which prices changed yesterday, a current week, etc. How to do that?

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