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## New Measure based on Measure

Hi,

I have no idea if this is possible and I have been pottering about forums but haven't come across anything that works.

I have this data, which if plotted into a table visual shows me this:

I want to create two KPI tiles or Cards: one that says the current week's delta and one that says the previous week's delta. I'm assuming I want to create a new measure like 'Current Delta' which filters my Delta measure.

All of the columns in this table are measures besides the Week Number column which comes from my Date Table.

Any ideas?

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Hi @AmyMisa ,

From what I am understanding, delta is a measure, right?

You could create a new measure to return the current week's delta:

``````Current Week =
SUMX (
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( 'TABLE NAME' ), [Week Number] = WEEKNUM ( TODAY (), 2 ) ),
[Delta]
)
``````

Previous week's delta:

``````Previous Week =
SUMX (
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( 'TABLE NAME' ), [Week Number] = WEEKNUM ( TODAY (), 2 ) )-1,
[Delta]
)
``````

Best Regards,

Stephen Tao

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Hi @v-stephen-msft, thanks for the response!

Unfortunately this gave me a blank value😞

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Try this:
Current Delta =Calculate([Delta],[Week number]=max([Week number])-1)

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Thank you @aymantm - unfortunately that didn't work, it gave me a value of '1'.

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