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ROG
Responsive Resident
Responsive Resident

No totals and wow wrong

Hi folks!

Can you please help me figure it out, why the total from 'Previous Week Net' isn't showing? 
Also, why the week 34 doesn't have value on the 1st column and -100% on the others?

See below the measures.

 

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CurrentWeek Net= SUM( Net)
PW Net Churn =
VAR PriorWeek = SELECTEDVALUE ( '🔎Calendar'[Week Number Year] ) -1

RETURN
CALCULATE(
    [Net Churn - 30D],
    ALL ( '🔎Calendar'[Week Number Year]),
    '🔎Calendar'[Week Number Year] = PriorWeek
)

 
Net Churn% WoW = ([CurrentWeek Net]-[PW Net Churn])/[PW Net Churn]
Net Churn % WoW Change = [Net%] - [Net Churn% WoW]

Thanks
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memepu
Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi @ROG ,

Create three measures based on  the above  measures.

CurrentWeek Net total=var _b=SUMMARIZE('calendar','calendar'[date],"aaa",'calendar'[CurrentWeek Net])
return
IF(isinscope('calendar'[date]),'calendar'[CurrentWeek Net],SUMX(_b,[aaa]))
Net Churn% WoW total =var _b=SUMMARIZE('calendar','calendar'[date],"aaa",'calendar'[Net Churn% WoW])
return
IF(isinscope('calendar'[date]),'calendar'[CurrentWeek Net]Net Churn% WoW],SUMX(_b,[aaa]))
Net Churn % WoW Change total= var _b=SUMMARIZE('calendar','calendar'[date],"aaa",'calendar'[Net Churn % WoW Change])
return
IF(isinscope('calendar'[date]),'calendar'[Net Churn % WoW Change],SUMX(_b,[aaa]))

 

 If I have  misunderstood your meaning, you can create simple data with excel, then show me the screenshots about the data and the desired output your want.

 

Best regards.

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memepu
Resolver II
Resolver II

Hi @ROG ,

Create three measures based on  the above  measures.

CurrentWeek Net total=var _b=SUMMARIZE('calendar','calendar'[date],"aaa",'calendar'[CurrentWeek Net])
return
IF(isinscope('calendar'[date]),'calendar'[CurrentWeek Net],SUMX(_b,[aaa]))
Net Churn% WoW total =var _b=SUMMARIZE('calendar','calendar'[date],"aaa",'calendar'[Net Churn% WoW])
return
IF(isinscope('calendar'[date]),'calendar'[CurrentWeek Net]Net Churn% WoW],SUMX(_b,[aaa]))
Net Churn % WoW Change total= var _b=SUMMARIZE('calendar','calendar'[date],"aaa",'calendar'[Net Churn % WoW Change])
return
IF(isinscope('calendar'[date]),'calendar'[Net Churn % WoW Change],SUMX(_b,[aaa]))

 

 If I have  misunderstood your meaning, you can create simple data with excel, then show me the screenshots about the data and the desired output your want.

 

Best regards.

Greg_Deckler
Super User
Super User

@ROG This looks like a measure totals problem. Very common. See my post about it here: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/DAX-Commands-and-Tips/Dealing-with-Measure-Totals/td-p/63376

Also, this Quick Measure, Measure Totals, The Final Word should get you what you need:
https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Quick-Measures-Gallery/Measure-Totals-The-Final-Word/m-p/547907


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