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lomi89
Contributor III
Contributor III

Cumulative field by two dimensions

Hi team,

I would like to get the field "Cumulative cost"

 

year contract code claim cost Cumulative cost
1 a 1 10,00 € 10,00 €
1 a 2 20,00 € 30,00 €
2 a 3 5,00 € 5,00 €
2 a 4 30,00 € 35,00 €
3 b 5 40,00 € 40,00 €
3 b 6 5,00 € 45,00 €
3 b 7 5,00 € 50,00 €

 

Do you have some idea? I would like to have it inside of the script.

 

Thank you very much,

 

 

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edwin
Master
Master

there are a lot of implementations of cumulative sums here is one example that ignores the first record:

https://community.qlik.com/t5/QlikView-App-Dev/Cumulative-SUM-in-Qlik-Expression/td-p/1399466

this is most interesting as it gives you an idea how to tweak the rangesum function

 

PrashantSangle

In front end use below expression

RangeSum(Above(Aggr(Sum(cost),year,contract,code),0,RowNo()))

 

Regards,

Prashant Sangle

Great dreamer's dreams never fulfilled, they are always transcended.
lomi89
Contributor III
Contributor III
Author

Could be possible to do it in the editor platform (back)?

Thank you

edwin
Master
Master

if you mean script editor, i would not advise it as your cumulative field will not be dynamic when user starts filtering.

PrashantSangle

Hi @lomi89 ,

 

for back end try below script.

 

Base:
Load
year,
contract,
Text(code) as code,
claim_cost
Inline[
year, contract, code, claim_cost
1, a, 1, 1000
1, a, 2, 2000
2, a, 3, 500
2, a, 4, 3000
3, b, 5, 4000
3, b, 6, 500
3, b, 7, 500
];

NoConcatenate
Final:
Load year as yr,
contract as cnt,
code as cde,
if(previous(year&'_'&contract)=year&'_'&contract,claim_cost+peek(cum_cost),claim_cost) as cum_cost
Resident Base
order by year,contract
;

 

Regards,

Prashant Sangle

Great dreamer's dreams never fulfilled, they are always transcended.
PrashantSangle

Final table is your required output

Great dreamer's dreams never fulfilled, they are always transcended.