I would like to calculate a cumulative difference between a cumulative actual amount and the cumulative budget amount.
The problem is that we have the actual amount up to September and the budget amount up to the end of the year.
When doing the difference it takes the total sum of the cumulated budget.
I'd like it to be limited to the cumulated actual amount.
Here's an example:
I would like show the value in blue
This is my file PBI.
Presently, I have the data realized to january 2023.
I want to calculate the ecart realized cumul and budget cumul.
The problem the realized cumul is limit to january 2023 and the budget to december 2023.
The result of my calculate : the amount realized (january 2023) - amount budget (all cumul to december 2023). This result is not correct.
I want to calculate the ecart in the data realised
Exple : The realised in 2023 is limit january, I want to calculate the ecart realied and budget january 2023.
If i have the new data for realied (exple: fevuary 2023), the ecart is realised (fevuary 2023) and budget fevuary 2023.
Revise this measure to
Ecart realized/budget = if([Realized] <> BLANK(),[Realized YTD] - [Budget YTD], BLANK())
Write this measure
Measure = SUMX(VALUES('Dim Date'[Mois - Libellé]),[Ecart realized/budget])
Hope this helps.
thanks you for the solution.
This solution is not generally when the amount has the data.
Exemple : When click 2022, I have the data for all month (january and december) but the total is not correct.
I hope you have tried my formulas and your answer is correct.
Take a look at the September 2023 Power BI update to learn more.
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