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dwhittaker1
Helper I
Helper I

sum total based on the value of another category.

I would like to create a measure that calculates the total sum of all payments based on the site showing in that row. So for example, the new calculated column would return 15 in row 1 because  the total payment for ATL is 15 ( row  1+ row 3) .The 2nd row in the calculated column would return 50 because that is the total payment for NYC ( row 2 + row 5)

 

 

 

Site       Segment    Order #   Order line          payment  
ATLWhite1A10
NYCBrown1B20
ATLYellow2A5
MDYellow2B10
NYCGreen3A30

 

 

Expexted Out Put

 

 

Site     Segment     Order #     Order # line     payment     New Column         
ATLWhite1A1015
NYCBrown1B2050
ATLYellow2A515
MDYellow2B1010
NYCGreen3A3050
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ray_aramburo
Super User
Super User

Create a Measure/New Column with the following DAX:

Payments_Sum = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[payment]), ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[Site]))

 I attached you an example with the dummy data you provided 🙂





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ray_aramburo
Super User
Super User

Create a Measure/New Column with the following DAX:

Payments_Sum = CALCULATE(SUM('Table'[payment]), ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[Site]))

 I attached you an example with the dummy data you provided 🙂





Did I answer your question? Give your kudos and mark my post as a solution!

Proud to be a Super User!





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