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bml123
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Grand Total is not correct

Hi,

 

I have a matrix like this where amount is a measure. I am getting grand total incorrect as you can see.  There is some calculation in amount measure for Others.  It's ignoring the value for others.  I want to get 45 grand total.  How do I get the correct grand total?

 

EmployeeAmount
E110
E220
Others15
Total30
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Which table is the Employee field in the visual coming from?

If it's the Employee table try:

AMOUNT =
SUMX (
    'Employee',
    CALCULATE (
        SWITCH (
            MAX ( Employee[Employee] ),
            "Others", DIVIDE ( 150, 10 ),
            DIVIDE ( [Target], [Num_weeks] )
        )
    )
)







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Hi @PaulDBrown ,

 

It worked. Thank you so much for the solution. 

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Samarth_18
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Hi @bml123 ,

 

Create a another measure like this:-

measure= sumx(summarize('table','table'[employee],"Correct_Sum",[amount]),[Correct_Sum]))

 

 Thanks,

Samarth

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PaulDBrown
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Try:

Total amount = SUMX(Employee, [Amount])




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Hi @PaulDBrown 

 

I have tried your measue, it is not giving any values. It's just blank. 

I want the grand total in my matrix to have the correct value. 

 

Which table is the Employee field in the visual coming from?

If it's the Employee table try:

AMOUNT =
SUMX (
    'Employee',
    CALCULATE (
        SWITCH (
            MAX ( Employee[Employee] ),
            "Others", DIVIDE ( 150, 10 ),
            DIVIDE ( [Target], [Num_weeks] )
        )
    )
)







Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
In doing so, you are also helping me. Thank you!

Proud to be a Super User!
Paul on Linkedin.






Hi @PaulDBrown ,

 

It worked. Thank you so much for the solution. 

Employee is coming from employee table

mh2587
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Would you share the amount measure?



Muhammad Hasnain

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@mh2587 

Here is the formula of my Amount measure

Amount = SWITCH(CALCULATE(MAX(Employee[Employee])),
"Others",CALCULATE(150/10),
CALCULATE([Target] / [Num_weeks]))

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