How can you calculate the variance of two columns in a pivot table?
I have created a pivot table which has values as the rows and the financial year (FY18, FY19, etc) as the columns. I have calculated the different values as shown in the attachment. I am trying to insert a variance column after the FY19 column that calculates the variance between FY18 and FY19. Does anybody know how I can do that?
Re: How can you calculate the variance of two columns in a pivot table?
In a straight table would I be able to get the calculated values (as shown in the image attached earlier) in the row and the dimension in the column. When I tried to do it, straight table does not have the option to do so! Hence I used pivot table.