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## Rolling sum based on a measure

I have the following visual.A and B are table columns and C is a calculated measure. Can you created a rolling sum of B based on ascending order of C?

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Community Support

What is the DAX formula for your measure [C]?
I need a complete sample data model.
Or you can refer to my .pbix file.
My [C] is a sorting of [A], so I add up according to [A] to avoid using measure [C].

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

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Can you do it without changing C to a calculated column?

Community Support

First, change column [C] to calculated column.

``````Measure =
CALCULATE(
SUM([B]),
FILTER(
ALLSELECTED(Table),
[C] <= MAX([C])
)
)``````

Best regards,
Lionel Chen

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Regular Visitor

Any help?

Super User

@a_shamsuzzoha , ascending order C or A ?

C can be a measure like

C =calculate(Sum(Table[B]), filter(allselected(Table), Table[A] <=max(Table[A])))

Regular Visitor

@amitchandak Ascending order C

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