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NomisSimon
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Revenue calculation over different projects

Hey,

I am working on a project dashboard.

Therefore i have 7 Projects in my Database (Projectnumber) and I would like to have an intereacitve revenue -depending on my overall filter:

 

ProjectnumerRevenue by DayRevenue Multiple per Day
1953026

333

2525
4563190
1232684

 

 

Normal revenue formula (for one Project) = Revnue py Day x Revenue Multiple per Day x 360

 

Is there any one how can help mit with this formula - how to calculate my revenue depending on the Projects which i have selected via filter on my dashboard. Thank you Simon

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NomisSimon
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Hy @Adescrit ,

 

thank you for your respond - i dont get the conecting to my ongoing fylter... 

 

See below that is my measure with i am working with: 

 

NomisSimon_0-1686303278038.png

 

Parameter LP = Revenue by Day

Parameter BSS = Revnue Multiple

Parameter = Name of my Tabel 

 

Thank you 

 

Adescrit
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Impactful Individual

Hi @NomisSimon 

You can try the following:
SUMX( TableName, TableName[Revenue by Day] * TableName[Revenue Multiple per Day] * 360 )

Just replace TableName with the name of your data table contianing the project number and revenue columns.


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Hey Adescript, 

 

thank you very muche, with your quick respond. 

I tried it already - i get an value but - the value is not changing if i am changing my project - your formula seems to add up all revenues together - but i need them separate depending on my filter. 

 

Thank you

 

Adescrit
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Hi @NomisSimon 

It seems to be working for me, unless I have misunderstood your request:

Adescrit_0-1686297484496.png
In the example above the Revenue measure is only displaying the revenue for the filtered project numbers.

Did you definitely create a measure and not a column?


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