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Creator II

## Calculate measures difference in a pivot table

Original table (pivot chart) is my source.

Final table is the pivoted version of Original

Result is what's FINAL plus addition of 3 new columns (DIFF1, DIFF2, DIFF3). So I need to calculate
1) difference between 201606 n 201609 for ABC n DEF on column DIFF1
2) difference between 201609 n 201612 for ABC n DEF on column DIFF2

3) difference between 201612 n 201703 for ABC n DEF on column DIFF3.

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MVP

Here check this out

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MVP

Do you need the exact format where the DIFF columns come after the Quarter columns? Also, will you ever look at only 4 quarter (essentially only 3 difference columns)?

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MVP

One option could be to do like this

Where Diff is an expression like this

Sum(COMPANY)-Before(Sum(COMPANY))

But you won't get the formatting as your image

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Creator II

Yes, I need the exact format. Yes, I'll looking only 4 quarters and 3 difference columns.

I got the output - FINAL. Looking for output - RESULT (is possible, in one chart great; if not may be create a separate chart for DIFF1, DIFF2, DIFF3 and somewhere make it look like one chart)

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Creator II

Thank you Sunny. Unfortunately, this format won't work.

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MVP

Here check this out

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Creator II

Sunny, this is very close to what I need. My TE column looks for different states - NY, CA, FL. So, my output RESULT will be for each state. I'll have 3 charts with RESULT chart - one for NY, one for CA and one for FL.

I do get the COMPANY amount as total value for DIFF1, DIFF2 and DIFF3 as it's adding the individual value for NY, CA and FL. I guess the expression needs to be modified to incorporate the state for DIFF1, DIFF2 and DIFF3 to show correct values at state level rather than summing them up for ABC or DEF. I'm getting error while modifying the expression. Can you provide insight please?

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MVP

Not sure I understand... can you share a sample file here?

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Creator II

I slightly tweaked your query to meet my requirement and it's working. Thank you!

Also, the format for DIFF1, DIFF2, DIFF3 columns are in % but all other columns are in \$ format. Since all these numbers are being derived from a single expression, it is possible to have them in different format?

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MVP

Sure you can... Use Expression default formatting on the Number's tab... and then use Num to give different formatting for different part of the expressions

Pick(Dim,

Sum(COMPANY),

Num((Sum({<YR_MTH = {"\$(=Min(YR_MTH, 2))"}>} COMPANY) - Sum({<YR_MTH = {"\$(=Min(YR_MTH, 1))"}>} COMPANY))/100, '#.0%'),

Num((Sum({<YR_MTH = {"\$(=Min(YR_MTH, 3))"}>} COMPANY) - Sum({<YR_MTH = {"\$(=Min(YR_MTH, 2))"}>} COMPANY))/100, '#.0%'),

Num((Sum({<YR_MTH = {"\$(=Min(YR_MTH, 4))"}>} COMPANY) - Sum({<YR_MTH = {"\$(=Min(YR_MTH, 3))"}>} COMPANY))/100, '#.0%'))