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Anonymous
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Month over Month

Hello All,

I have a very flat table

Product -------- Month

A ---------------- JAN

B ---------------- JAN

B ---------------- FEB

D ---------------- JAN

A ---------------- JAN

A ---------------- APR

E ---------------- JAN

How can I found out the count of products, which were sold in previous month but not is follwing month

Product A sold in Jan but not in FEB so I want COUNT of

A = 2 in JAN (becauae A was not sold in Feb but sold twice in Jan)

Do not Show B becaue it was sold in both months

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Employee

HI @Anonymous

You could try this calculated table

```Table 2 =
VAR T1 = ADDCOLUMNS('Table',"MonthAsDateTime", DATEVALUE('Table'[Month] & "-2018"))
VAR LeftTable = SELECTCOLUMNS(T1,"Product",[Product],"MonthAsDateTime",[MonthAsDateTime])
VAR RightTable = SELECTCOLUMNS(T1,"Product",[Product],"MonthAsDateTime",EDATE([MonthAsDateTime],-1))
VAR Exceptions = EXCEPT(LeftTable,RightTable)
RETURN GROUPBY(Exceptions,[Product],[MonthAsDateTime],"C", SUMX(CURRENTGROUP(),1))```

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Employee

HI @Anonymous

You could try this calculated table

```Table 2 =
VAR T1 = ADDCOLUMNS('Table',"MonthAsDateTime", DATEVALUE('Table'[Month] & "-2018"))
VAR LeftTable = SELECTCOLUMNS(T1,"Product",[Product],"MonthAsDateTime",[MonthAsDateTime])
VAR RightTable = SELECTCOLUMNS(T1,"Product",[Product],"MonthAsDateTime",EDATE([MonthAsDateTime],-1))
VAR Exceptions = EXCEPT(LeftTable,RightTable)
RETURN GROUPBY(Exceptions,[Product],[MonthAsDateTime],"C", SUMX(CURRENTGROUP(),1))```

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Anonymous
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Awsome you are the man!