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Helper III

## Incorrect Total in Matrix Table

Hi All,

I know that this topic was discussed many times, but still I cannot get the correct Totals...

Subtotals are correct, but Totals are not...

Please see my calculations.

The matrix table below shows products B0 and B1 and weeks, when I want to sum up weeks’ values for one product the subtotals are correct, but totals aren't... -3181-2116 = -5297.

Please see my measures:

Measure 2 =

IF(COUNTROWS(VALUES(Weeks[Week]))=1,[Calculations], IF(COUNTROWS(VALUES(dim_Product[Product]))=1,sumx(VALUES(Weeks[Week]),[Calculations]),

sumx(VALUES(dim_Product[Product]),[Calculations])))

Calculations = DIVIDE([A],[C],0)-DIVIDE([B],[C],0)

G.

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Super User

@A_a_a your measure should be just this:

Measure 0 =
VAR __result =

SUMX (
SUMMARIZE (
'Actual Table',
dim_product[Product],
dim_date[Week],
"@Cal", [Calculations]
),
[@Cal]
)

RETURN
__result

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Super User

@A_a_a your measure should be just this:

Measure 0 =
VAR __result =

SUMX (
SUMMARIZE (
'Actual Table',
dim_product[Product],
dim_date[Week],
"@Cal", [Calculations]
),
[@Cal]
)

RETURN
__result

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Helper III

@parry2k Thank you! Total values are correct now!

Super User

@A_a_a share the file using one drive/google drive link.

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Helper III
Super User

@A_a_a it is hard to tell what is going on without a data model, and definition of measures. I would recommend sharing pbix file, and removing sensitive information before sharing.

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Helper III

Hi @parry2k

Thank you.

I created a new model to share using the same logic and putting your measure.

I noticed that your measure works perfectly when there is no filter applied:

but when I choose any week, Total is incorrect:

How can we change the measure to be correct when we want to choose/filter Week or Product in Slicers?

I wanted to attached the file, however I cannot see such option here 😕

Thanks,

G.

Super User

@A_a_a whatever your transaction table is on which you are writing the measure.

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Helper III

Hi @parry2k

Thank you for your message.

This is what I thought, but again I have an incorrect figure in Totals.

I am wondering that maybe it is due to the Calculation measure, which is based on two different tables.

Calculations = DIVIDE([A],[C],0)-DIVIDE([B],[C],0)

[A] and [C] are taken from one table and [B] from another one.

Please let me know what you think.

G.

Super User

@A_a_a I think you need this:

Measure 2 =

IF(COUNTROWS(VALUES(Weeks[Week]))=1,[Calculations], IF(COUNTROWS(VALUES(dim_Product[Product]))=1,sumx(VALUES(Weeks[Week]),[Calculations]),
sumx(SUMMARIZE(YourTable, dim_Product[Product], Weeks[Week], "@Cal", [Calculations]), [@Cal] ) )

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Helper III

Hi @parry2k

Thank you for your help.

Just to clarify: SUMMARIZE(Your table... so which table...?

Thanks.

G.