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Dayna
Helper V
Helper V

Sum of Last Value Rows

Hello,

 

I have a measure that is calculating the sum of annual volume by the last stage in the process:

Annual Volume (Latest) = 
CALCULATE(sum(Products[AnnualVolume]), FILTER(Processes, Processes[Ordering] = MAX(Processes[Ordering])))

 

I'm getting the last record based on the index column on the 'processes' table for the order in which the processes go through.

 

This is working fine, so example data looks like this:

Dayna_0-1665150500655.png

 

Now, I want the grand total of the processes, so for the above I'd expect a value of 120898123. I'm then going to group this by customer, item, etc etc etc.

 

Can someone help how I achieve this? I expect another measure, if you could advise it would really be appreciated.

 

Many thanks,

Dayna

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DataInsights
Super User
Super User

@Dayna,

 

Try this measure:

 

Annual Volume Total (Latest) =
SUMX ( VALUES ( Processes[Name] ), [Annual Volume (Latest)] )

 

The column in VALUES should be the column in your visual. If you need to add multiple columns to your visual, use SUMMARIZE (instead of VALUES) to create unique combinations of the columns in your visual.

 

I recommend using a column filter instead of a table filter in your original measure. In many cases they return the same result, but it's safer to filter only what you need:

 

Annual Volume (Latest) =
CALCULATE (
    SUM ( Products[AnnualVolume] ),
    Processes[Ordering] = MAX ( Processes[Ordering] )
)

 





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Dayna
Helper V
Helper V

Thank you @DataInsights !

DataInsights
Super User
Super User

@Dayna,

 

Try this measure:

 

Annual Volume Total (Latest) =
SUMX ( VALUES ( Processes[Name] ), [Annual Volume (Latest)] )

 

The column in VALUES should be the column in your visual. If you need to add multiple columns to your visual, use SUMMARIZE (instead of VALUES) to create unique combinations of the columns in your visual.

 

I recommend using a column filter instead of a table filter in your original measure. In many cases they return the same result, but it's safer to filter only what you need:

 

Annual Volume (Latest) =
CALCULATE (
    SUM ( Products[AnnualVolume] ),
    Processes[Ordering] = MAX ( Processes[Ordering] )
)

 





Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!

Proud to be a Super User!




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