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## Help with WoW result

Hi Community,
I need to calculate prev week spend which I tried from my end but at the measure total getting wrong result. Attaching sample data and screen shot below.  Any help would be highlighly appreciated.

 Spend Week Date Expected Result 120 1 01-Jan-23 130 2 02-Jan-23 120 150 2 03-Jan-23 130 120 2 04-Jan-23 150 110 2 05-Jan-23 120 90 2 06-Jan-23 110 56 2 07-Jan-23 90 58 2 08-Jan-23 56 36 3 09-Jan-23 58 90 3 10-Jan-23 36 120 40 01-Oct-22 0 230 40 02-Oct-22 120 220 41 03-Oct-22 230 100 41 04-Oct-22 220
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Hi,

Year = YEAR('Table'[Date])
then you can use offset
Measure = CALCULATE(Sum('Table'[Spend]),OFFSET(-1,ORDERBY('Table'[Date],DESC),,PARTITIONBY('Table'[Year])))

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Super User

Hi,

Year = YEAR('Table'[Date])
then you can use offset
Measure = CALCULATE(Sum('Table'[Spend]),OFFSET(-1,ORDERBY('Table'[Date],DESC),,PARTITIONBY('Table'[Year])))

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Super User

@serpiva64  Thanks a ton! you saved me again 😊

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