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Anonymous
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The SUM function only accepts a column reference as an argument.

Hi, 

 

Actually I'm trying to calculate the measure with foloowing formula but it is giving me error "The SUM function only accepts a column reference as an argument."

 

Fomula - 

 

''' EXP(SUM(LN(1 + Query1[FundReturn]) * 1))'''

 

DAX Syntax - 

 
''' Expost_CumRet =
CALCULATE(
EXP(SUM(LN(1 + Query1[FundReturn]) * 1)),
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Query1), Query1[Index.1]<=Max(Query1[Index.1])
)'''
)

 

 

Can anybody please help me in this!! Thanks

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Try sumx

Expost_CumRet =
CALCULATE(
EXP(SUMx(Query1,LN(1 + Query1[FundReturn]) * 1)),
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Query1), Query1[Index.1]<=Max(Query1[Index.1])
)

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

Try sumx

Expost_CumRet =
CALCULATE(
EXP(SUMx(Query1,LN(1 + Query1[FundReturn]) * 1)),
FILTER(ALLSELECTED(Query1), Query1[Index.1]<=Max(Query1[Index.1])
)

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