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## Help with a Report

Hello,

Need help with a report. I have a table with sales per customer with NAME, DATE, QTY. and \$ columns. With this data I build measures ACTUAL QTY, LAST MONTH QTY, ACTUAL \$ and LAST MONTH \$.

With this table I build the measure TYPE

TYPE = IF([VOL. LAST MONTH] = BLANK() && [VOL. ACTUAL] = BLANK(); BLANK();
IF([VOL. LAST MONTH] = 0 || [VOL. ACTUAL] = 0; "MIX";
IF([VOL. LAST MONTH] <> BLANK() && [VOL. ACTUAL] <> BLANK() && [Δ VOL.] <> 0 && [\$ LAST MONTH] = [\$ ACTUAL]; "VOLUME";
IF([\$ LAST MONTH] <> BLANK() && [\$ ACTUAL] <> BLANK() && [Δ \$] <> 0 && [VOL. LAST MONTH] = [VOL. ACTUAL]; "PREÇO";
IF([VOL. LAST MONTH] <> BLANK() && [VOL. ACTUAL] <> BLANK() && [Δ VOL.] <> 0 && [\$ LAST MONTH] <> [\$ ACTUAL]; "VOLUME E PREÇO";
IF([Δ VOL.] = 0 && [Δ \$] = 0; "MESMO VOL. E R\$/L"; "ERRO"))))))

What I need to build is a summarized table  with values of  Δ \$ and Δ VOL. by TYPE.

But I get only one type with total values

Is someone able to help me?

Resident Rockstar

Hi @Anonymous，

What I need to build is a summarized table  with values of  Δ \$ and Δ VOL. by TYPE.

But I get only one type with total values

By my test, I cannot reproduce your scenario because I don't know the measures you created.

You could have a reference of SUMMARIZE Function (DAX) first.

If you still need help, could you share a dummy pbix file which can reproduce the scenario and your expected output, so that we can help further investigate on it? You can upload it to OneDrive or Dropbox and post the link here. Do mask sensitive data before uploading.)

Best Regards,

Cherry

Community Support Team _ Cherry Gao
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