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pi355113
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Incremental line graph

Please could you help guiding me on this? 

 

At the moment I have: 

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Total Incidents is DISTINCTCOUNT of report ID 

Total Incidents = DISTINCTCOUNT('Report_Incidents'[ID])+0

Month Name and FY are from the calendar table 

 

How do I make this line graph to appear incrementally for each year? 

Aug = Aug count

Sep = Aug + Sep counts

Oct = Aug + Sep + Oct counts 

...

 

Please please, thank you very much

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pi355113
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Tried TOTALYTD but I don't quite understand, however I came up with the below but I would like to have the Measure reset in Aug each year 

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Please thank you

Oh, if you want it to reset within a specific partition, check out the WINDOW function. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/window-function-dax

Example 2 should be quite useful:

RunningSum = SUMX ( WINDOW ( 1, ABS, 0, REL, ALLSELECTED ( 'Date'[Fiscal Year], 'Date'[Month Number Of Year] ), PARTITIONBY ( 'Date'[Fiscal Year] ) ), [Total Sales] )

Thank you for your help and suggestion, I ended up using: 

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Thank you very much for your patience, my DAX knowledge is <0.  

I will keep researching.

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Thanks again

 

CoreyP
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

I think you're looking for a cumulative sum. Try using the TOTALYTD function

thank you, I will look at this function 

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