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yassara
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Multi column totals then percentege

Hi there,

I want to try show totals then percentage like this;

 

Expense  Jan - Feb  - Mar -Totals - Percentage

Salary     300 - 100 - 350 - 750    -   %50

Electric   100 - 300 - 350 - 750    -   %50

------------------------------------------------

Totals    400 - 400 -  700  - 1.500 -  %100

 

If I try to percentage code include divide results shows all column percentage. But I want to show percentage just end of the table column.

 

what is the solution?

Ty. 

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v-jiewu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @yassara ,

Please try the following methods and check if they can solve your problem:

1.Create the simple table.

vjiewumsft_0-1708659038345.png

2.Create the new column to calculate total.

 

Total = 'Table'[Jan] + 'Table'[Feb] + 'Table'[Mar]

 

3.Create the measure to sum total.

 

MeasureTotal = SUM('Table'[Jan]) + SUM('Table'[Feb]) + SUM('Table'[Mar])

 

4.Create the measure to calculate percentage.

 

Percentage = FORMAT(DIVIDE([MeasureTotal], CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Total]), ALL('Table'))),"0%")

 

5.Drag the Total and measure into the table visual. The result is shown below.

vjiewumsft_1-1708659194957.png

vjiewumsft_2-1708659200900.png

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

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yassara
New Member

Thank you for your kindly reply.

So can you help me about if the table has like this;

 

Date           - Type      - Amout - Code

------------------------------------------

10.07.2023 - Salary    -  1.000   -  780

15.08.2023 - Other     -  5.500  -  780

11.07.2023 - Salary     - 1.200   - 770

10.09.2023 - Salary    - 5.000    - 780

10.08.2023 - Electricity - 5.000  - 780

 

 and I want to show report like this;

 

Type     -  Jully   -   Agust    -  September  - Total    -  % Perc

------------------------------------------------------------

Salary  -   2.200    -    0        -    5.000        -  7.200   -    40,68%

Other   -     0       -   5.500    -      0             -   5.500  -   31,08%

Electricity - 0       -   5.000    -      0             -   5.000  -   28,24%

Total    -  2.200    -   10.500  -    5.000        -  17.700 -   100%

 

v-jiewu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @yassara ,

Please try the following methods and check if they can solve your problem:

1.Create the simple table.

vjiewumsft_0-1708659038345.png

2.Create the new column to calculate total.

 

Total = 'Table'[Jan] + 'Table'[Feb] + 'Table'[Mar]

 

3.Create the measure to sum total.

 

MeasureTotal = SUM('Table'[Jan]) + SUM('Table'[Feb]) + SUM('Table'[Mar])

 

4.Create the measure to calculate percentage.

 

Percentage = FORMAT(DIVIDE([MeasureTotal], CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Total]), ALL('Table'))),"0%")

 

5.Drag the Total and measure into the table visual. The result is shown below.

vjiewumsft_1-1708659194957.png

vjiewumsft_2-1708659200900.png

Best Regards,

Wisdom Wu

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

wini_R
Resolver III
Resolver III

Hi @yassara,

 

One approach that could help here is to use calculation group as explained in this video:
Use Measures as Columns Using Calculation Group in Power BI

 

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