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mikkeltaylor
Creator II
Creator II

Accumulate over 2 dimensions - Pivot works, chart incorrect

Hi all,

I'm trying to show the % of customers who buy a product when they buy their next product.  In my data I have First Product, Months until next product (SPD) and the number/% of customers.

I've read a lot of posts on using rangesum(above( and also Pareto techniques.  The pivot table below, works and shows the correct % for each product, but when I change to a chart it seems to accumulate the '%' for each product within the SPD so the lines all appear much closer than it should be.  any help much  appreciated!

Calculation that works in Pivot table:

RangeSum(Above(total( Sum([# of Individuals])/ sum(total <[First Product]>[# of Individuals])), 0, RowNo( TOTAL)))

Correct Pivot

pivot.JPG

Incorrect Chart

Chart.JPG

Thanks

Mike.

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sunny_talwar

Try this

Aggr(RangeSum(Above(Sum([# of Individuals])/Sum(TOTAL <[First Product]> [# of Individuals]), 0, RowNo())), [First Product], (SPD, (NUMERIC)))

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mikkeltaylor
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Help please.....

rangam_s
Creator II
Creator II

Try This.

RangeSum(Above(Sum({<[First Product]={'CP-HOME'}>}[# of Individuals])/ sum({<[First Product]={'CP-HOME'}>}Total [# of Individuals]), 0, RowNo()))

sunny_talwar

Try this

Aggr(RangeSum(Above(Sum([# of Individuals])/Sum(TOTAL <[First Product]> [# of Individuals]), 0, RowNo())), [First Product], (SPD, (NUMERIC)))

mikkeltaylor
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Thank you for responding.  I put that in but unfortunately it did not accumulate across the SPD Rangdam.JPG

mikkeltaylor
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Hi Sunny, thank you!!  it looks so close and I even might use it as it is.  I am expecting though that it should reach 100% , but the consideration is that not everyone has a SPD i.e. they do not buy a second product.  I couldn't quite reconcile the numbers I was getting back so wondered if you could see what is missing that is stopping it reach 100% in the set analysis? i.e. I want to include everyone regardless of SPD

Sunny.JPG

sunny_talwar

I don't see the whole pivot table, but does it reach the 100% in the pivot table?

mikkeltaylor
Creator II
Creator II
Author

Yes, does in the pivot table at the same points it does in the graphs

sunny_talwar

Would it be possible for you to share a qvf sample with us so that we can take a look into it?

pablolabbe
Luminary Alumni
Luminary Alumni

Don't forget !


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