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bundipapa
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Get SUM per customer

Hello,

 

this is a massively beginner question bu I wasn't able to find a solution yet. I need to create a column, where I would have the total revenue for every customer. So it would repeat per customer. In excel it would be a simple SUMIF(Revenue, Customer=Customer in the given line).

bundipapa_0-1684231137096.png


However  as a total beginner, I'm unable to recreate this as a column in Power BI.

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Any help is appreciated.

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Dhairya
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You can create Calculated column or measure using below DAX code:

Category Revenue = CALCULATE(SUM(CustTable[Revenue]),ALLEXCEPT('CustTable','CustTable'[Customer]))

Calculated Column will give following output:

Dhairya_0-1684232160651.png

Measure will give following output:

Dhairya_1-1684232288608.png


Please mark my solution as Accepted if it helped you.

 

 

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Dhairya
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Solution Supplier

You can create Calculated column or measure using below DAX code:

Category Revenue = CALCULATE(SUM(CustTable[Revenue]),ALLEXCEPT('CustTable','CustTable'[Customer]))

Calculated Column will give following output:

Dhairya_0-1684232160651.png

Measure will give following output:

Dhairya_1-1684232288608.png


Please mark my solution as Accepted if it helped you.

 

 

Thank you

You're welcome

 

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