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bkr
Helper I
Helper I

Highlight significant changes to previous month in matrix visual

Hi, is it possible to highlight changes above e.g. 10% vs. the preceding month in a matrix visual?

The result is expected to look like this:

 JanuaryFebruaryMarchApril
Sales1000010500900010000
variable costs3000315025002700
fixed costs1000100010001150
overhead costs5001200500500
EBIT5500515050005400

 

Thanks!

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Then,  use Sum(Amount)   instead of YOURMEASURE


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bkr
Helper I
Helper I

All numbers are in a single column and I have an attribute column ("line items")

Then,  use Sum(Amount)   instead of YOURMEASURE


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bkr
Helper I
Helper I

Thanks, Olga!

yet I don't get it yet. What is [yourmeasure]?  It doesn't seem like calculate accepts a column as first argument.

 

My data has the following columns:

Table Facts:

[Line item]: Sales, variable costs, fixed costs, overhead costs

[Amount]: numbers listed above

[calendar]: Year and month

[EBIT]: is a calculated column

Sum(Amount) is your measure, your numbers ,what you are displaying.

line items, what do you mean, those are the values in a column? or those are separate columns?


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Format  Measure =

var PrevMonth=Calculate([YOURMEASURE], DATEADD('Calendar'[Date],-1,MONTH))
RETURN
If(DIVIDE([YOURMEASURE]-PrevMonth, PrevMonth)>0.1, 1,
If(DIVIDE([YOURMEAASURE]-PrevMonth, PrevMonth)<-0.1, 1,
0)
)

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