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## Quarter Subtotals taking average and not last value in period for inventory turnover

Hi all,

You guys have been such a great resource for me and I really appreciate it. I'm learning a lot but theres still some things that I can't seem to get correct.

I have a matrix of inventory at the end of the month. inventory same period last year, total sales and lastly inventory turnover. I'll add an image of how it currently looks like. Everything seems to be working fine except for my inventory turnover formula. The quarterly subtotals takes the average of the previous 3 months instead of the last value of the period. Is there anyway around this? These are the formulas that I currently use:

``````Turnover Ratio =
DIVIDE('_Measures Inventory'[Total Sales], '_Measures Inventory'[Sum Inventory Value])``````

``````Total Sales =
SUM('CustomerOrderLines 2019- July 2022'[Total Sales])``````

``````Sum Inventory Value =
SUM('2019 - 2022 Inventory Value'[Total Value])``````

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Super User

@comacabana ,based on what I got

have column year month YYYYMM format and try measure like

calculate( lastnonblankvalue('Date'[Year Month]), SUM('2019 - 2022 Inventory Value'[Total Value]))

Column YYYYMM

year month = format([Date], "YYYYMM")

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@amitchandak You are the best thank you that worked perfectly!

I slightly modified the formula to get turnover ratio in case anyone is interested.

``CALCULATE(LASTNONBLANKVALUE('Date Table'[Year Month Number], DIVIDE(SUM('CustomerOrderLines 2019- July 2022'[Total Sales]),SUM('2019 - 2022 Inventory Value'[Total Value]))))``
Super User

@comacabana ,based on what I got

have column year month YYYYMM format and try measure like

calculate( lastnonblankvalue('Date'[Year Month]), SUM('2019 - 2022 Inventory Value'[Total Value]))

Column YYYYMM

year month = format([Date], "YYYYMM")

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