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sublog
Helper III
Helper III

Same Store Sales Growth in Calculation Groups?

Hi all, working in Tabular Editor, I have created some calculation groups that measure YTD/MTD Year over Year growth %, but I would like to only calculate this for locations that had sales in the prior period/year. We've added many new locations in the past year and the growth numbers are obviously inflated because we've added 40 locations in the past 6 months. 

Here's what I am using today for my QTD calculation measure. 

 

 

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VAR CYQTD =
    CALCULATE (
        SELECTEDMEASURE (),
        CALCULATETABLE ( DATESQTD ( 'Calendar'[Date] ), 'Calendar'[IsPast] = TRUE () )
    )
VAR PYQTD =
    CALCULATE (
        SELECTEDMEASURE (),
        CALCULATETABLE (
            DATEADD ( DATESQTD ( 'Calendar'[Date] )-1YEAR ),
            'Calendar'[IsPast] = TRUE ()
        )
    )
VAR YOYQTD = ( CYQTD - PYQTD )
RETURN
    DIVIDE ( YOYQTDPYQTD )

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@sublog , Assuming you have location[location] or table[location]

 

Change in your formula at the end

 

VAR YOYQTD = Sumx(values(Location[Location]), if(not(isblank(PYQTD)), ( CYQTD - PYQTD ), blank()))
RETURN
DIVIDE ( YOYQTD, PYQTD )

Okay, I replaced the VAR YOYQTD = ( CYQTD - PYQTD ) section with what you gave me above, but the numbers are not correct? I assume you meant location as the table that contains my locations? 

Thank you, I will check on this and report back! 

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