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## Totals combining sums from two different fact tables: 'Estimates' and 'Sales'?

Hello;

I Have two diferent fact tables with diferent granulity:

Fact Table 01: Ar Compressed Gas

date           Compressor      m³

01/01/17         A                1.00

01/01/17         B                2.50

01/01/17         C                1.50

01/01/17         D                1:00

01/01/17         E                1:05

02/01/17         A                1.00

02/01/17         B                2.50

Fact Table 02: Production

date           machine           Parts

01/01/17         x                1,500

01/01/17         y                2,500

01/01/17         z                2,000

01/01/17         g                4,000

01/01/17         k                2,000

02/01/17         x                1,500

My goal is to do I timeline chart with parts/gas used (m³), across the months of the year.

How can I do this?

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Super User

I don't understand how these things are related, are they? Seems like it would be something like:

`Measure = SUM('Fact Table 02'[Parts])/SUM('Fact Table 01'[m3])`

And put that in a Table visualization. You'll probably need a central Date table to relate both of these tables to and you would use MONTH([Date]) from that table.

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Super User

I don't understand how these things are related, are they? Seems like it would be something like:

`Measure = SUM('Fact Table 02'[Parts])/SUM('Fact Table 01'[m3])`

And put that in a Table visualization. You'll probably need a central Date table to relate both of these tables to and you would use MONTH([Date]) from that table.

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External Tools: MSHGQM
Latest book!:
The Definitive Guide to Power Query (M)

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