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tonybrogan
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Advocate I

Procurement Dashboard

Hi everyone, I'm struggling to find a solution for this, I'm trying to calculate the total spend per contract type with the option to slice the spend by month, year etc but as we have multiple suppliers across the contract types my first idea to just create a simple relationship between two columns fails miserably...

 

An example of the dataset is below: 

 

tonybrogan_0-1640785720023.png

Any help you can suggest will be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks, 

Tony B 

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amitchandak
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Super User

@tonybrogan , Join Table 1 and Table 2 on supplier , use many to many bi-directional join

 

and then you can build this visual using table 2's contract type, and table 1 sum of amount

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Ashish_Mathur
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Super User

Hi,

In Table 1, write this calculated column formula to bring over Contract Type from Table 2.

Contract Type = lookupvalue('Table 2'[Contract type],'Table 2'[Supplier],'Table 1'[Supplier])

To your visual, drag Contract Type from Table 1.  Write this measure

Spend = sum('Table 1'[Amount])

Hope this helps.


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Ashish Mathur
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amitchandak
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@tonybrogan , Join Table 1 and Table 2 on supplier , use many to many bi-directional join

 

and then you can build this visual using table 2's contract type, and table 1 sum of amount

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