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## Sum Total

Hi,
In my report, I have a Cluster Column Chart to display the last 12 months of Sales Volumn.
So I can see the Sales Volumn of each month.
How can I create the measure to sum all the Sales Volumn of these 12 months, then use it to calculate the percentage of sales in each Month?

Many thanks.

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Community Support

Hi @sarikei ,

``````Sales = SUM('Table'[Sales Volumn])

TotalSales = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Sales Volumn]),ALL('Table'))

% = DIVIDE([Sales],[TotalSales])``````

The result you want:

Best regards,

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Resident Rockstar

Hi @sarikei ,

without seeing your data the solution would typically look like this or similar:

``````ShareOfYear =

var var_CurrentValue = [YourMeasure]
var var_ValueofYear = CALCULATE([YourMeasure],ALL(DateTable[MonthColumn])
var var_ShareofCurrentValue = DIVIDE(var_CurrentValue,var_ValueofYear)

Return
var_ShareofCurrentValue``````

In best case you have a separate date table. It is important that you put for [MonthColumn] the column you use in your visual.

If you also apply a quarter column then you need to add ",ALL(DateTable[QuarterColumn])" behing the other ALL() function. If there are more columns to be ignored also ALLEXCEPT() instead of ALL() could help.

If this does not work please share the data model, your measure, the visual as well as filter applied to the visual (sample data is totally fine) then it is easier to help.

Best regards

Michael

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Helper I

Hi,

sorry, I should have included the dataset. For example:

 Month Sales Volumn Total Sales Volumn % Sales Volumn 2021-10 226 2248 10.05% 2021-11 281 2248 12.50% 2021-12 150 2248 6.67% 2022-01 123 2248 5.47% 2022-02 208 2248 9.25% 2022-03 226 2248 10.05% 2022-04 157 2248 6.98% 2022-05 218 2248 9.70% 2022-06 140 2248 6.23% 2022-07 171 2248 7.61% 2022-08 220 2248 9.79% 2022-09 128 2248 5.69%

1. Total Sales Volumn is what I want to sum. This is the total of Sales Volumn of all the all Month.

2. Then I will use this measure (Total Sales Volumn) to calculate the % Sales Volumn (fomular is Sales Volumn / Total Sales Volumn).

3. So I will include this 3 measure in the Column Chart.

Resident Rockstar

Hi @sarikei

``````ShareOfYear =

var var_CurrentValue = SUM(Table[Sales Volumn])
var var_ValueofYear = CALCULATE(SUM(Table[Sales Volumn]),ALL(Table[Month])
var var_ShareofCurrentValue = DIVIDE(var_CurrentValue,var_ValueofYear)

Return
var_ShareofCurrentValue``````

But first you have to split the Month Column in Power Query (see split by delimeter function) or additionally create a month and a year column so that you can use the initial column for other purposes. But in the end you should have a separate year column and a separate month column.

Best regards

Michael

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Resident Rockstar

Hi @sarikei ,

sorry I have not read everything completely I think. So if want percentage of all rows then you should go with the solution of @v-yadongf-msft .

If you only want to have the current year then you can use my solution.

Best regards

Michael

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Community Support

Hi @sarikei ,

``````Sales = SUM('Table'[Sales Volumn])

TotalSales = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[Sales Volumn]),ALL('Table'))

% = DIVIDE([Sales],[TotalSales])``````

The result you want:

Best regards,

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Post Partisan

@v-yadongf-msft  i have one doubt if i am select any particular Date is ther any possible to change total sales values based  sales ?

Super User

are you able to share some of your data in text form or show what you data looks like.  In order ot provide date intelligence you need to link your transactional date to a continious date table.

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