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RemkoS
Helper I
Helper I

Table based on 2 measures is not showing all values

I have created a table with 2 calculated, running totals.

The y-axis is the time axis, showing the successive (sprint) numbers.

 

Measure 1 ('Actual spent') does NOT contain (calculated) values for every sprint.

Cumulatief gerealiseerd + gepland = 
CALCULATE(
    SUM('Work items'[Totaal]),
    FILTER(
        ALLSELECTED('Work items'),
        'Work items'[Iteration Path] <= MAX('Work items'[Iteration Path])
    )
)

 

Measure 2 ('Budget') DOES contain (calculated) values for every sprint.

Cumulatief budget = 
CALCULATE(
    SUM('Budget'[Budget]),
    FILTER(
        ALLSELECTED('Work items'),
        'Work items'[Iteration Path] <= MAX('Work items'[Iteration Path])
    )
)

 

The problem is that 'Budget' does not calculate correctly: where 'Actual spent' does not contain any value, 'Budget' is not summed at all.

 

In the image below the budget should be a straight line: 41 hours every sprint.
image.png

This is the data model:

RemkoS_0-1598803772715.png

How can I fix this?

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Hi Greg!

 

I fixed it myself by modifying the formula for the running Budget:

Cumulatief budget = 
CALCULATE(
    SUM('Budget'[Budget]),
    FILTER(
        ALLSELECTED('Budget'),
        'Budget'[Iteration Path] <= MAX('Budget'[Iteration Path])
    )
)

 

I had used the Work Items Iteration Path (Sprint number) instead of the Budget Iteration Path.

Now it all looks well! 

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Greg_Deckler
Super User
Super User

@RemkoS - It is difficult to say without sample source data to test with, however, if you want a constant budget value, then you need to not make the budget calculation cumulative, which is what you are doing with your budget calculation. Try simply:

Cumulatief budget = 
    SUM('Budget'[Budget])

The part with the FILTER, etc, you are summing up the budget for all prior weeks as well as including the current week. 


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Hi Greg!

 

Thanks for the reply! I deliberately used this formula since I want to calculate the RUNNING total budget.

For the visible Area Path ('Nieuwe Klanten') the budget is same per area, but for other Area Paths it differs per sprint.

 

Is there a way for me to upload the source data to this forum?

Hi Greg!

 

I fixed it myself by modifying the formula for the running Budget:

Cumulatief budget = 
CALCULATE(
    SUM('Budget'[Budget]),
    FILTER(
        ALLSELECTED('Budget'),
        'Budget'[Iteration Path] <= MAX('Budget'[Iteration Path])
    )
)

 

I had used the Work Items Iteration Path (Sprint number) instead of the Budget Iteration Path.

Now it all looks well! 

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