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anuragsapanbhar
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Append Calculated Data To An Existing Table

Hi,

Could anyone help me with the following problem please.

I have 2 tables. One is data table and another one is Exchange rate. The data table has 3 rows, but I would want to append 2 more rows to the existing one (in yellow)

  1. Row C as a Percentage of Row A
  2. Row B is in Local Currency so Another Row in USD (B in USD).

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Kindly help me to resolve the issue. Thanks in advance for your assistance. -Regards-

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sunny_talwar

Here you go

Table:

LOAD Dim,

Month(Date#(Month, 'MMM')) as Month,

Value;

LOAD * INLINE [

    Dim, Month, Value

    A, JAN, 38

    A, FEB, 18

    A, MAR, 45

    A, APR, 32

    A, MAY, 23

    A, JUN, 38

    A, JUL, 36

    A, AUG, 18

    A, SEP, 45

    A, OCT, 31

    A, NOV, 24

    A, DEC, 19

    B, JAN, 41

    B, FEB, 24

    B, MAR, 12

    B, APR, 17

    B, MAY, 29

    B, JUN, 15

    B, JUL, 43

    B, AUG, 49

    B, SEP, 49

    B, OCT, 33

    B, NOV, 37

    B, DEC, 28

    C, JAN, 11

    C, FEB, 19

    C, MAR, 19

    C, APR, 14

    C, MAY, 18

    C, JUN, 12

    C, JUL, 12

    C, AUG, 18

    C, SEP, 20

    C, OCT, 14

    C, NOV, 12

    C, DEC, 15

];

Left Join (Table)

LOAD Month(Date#(Month, 'MMM')) as Month,

ExchangeRate;

LOAD * INLINE [

    Month, ExchangeRate

    JAN, 44

    FEB, 16

    MAR, 43

    APR, 14

    MAY, 45

    JUN, 24

    JUL, 49

    AUG, 20

    SEP, 19

    OCT, 20

    NOV, 36

    DEC, 31

];

Concatenate (Table)

LOAD 'C as % of A' as Dim,

Month,

Num(Sum(If(Dim = 'C', Value))/Sum(If(Dim = 'A', Value)), '#.00') as Value

Resident Table

Group By Month;

Concatenate (Table)

LOAD 'B in USD' as Dim,

Month,

Num(Sum(If(Dim = 'B', Value))/Only(ExchangeRate), '#.00') as Value

Resident Table

Group By Month;

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8 Replies
sunny_talwar

Would you be able to share the above data in the Excel format?

anuragsapanbhar
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Sure.. Here it is.

Thank you.

sunny_talwar

Check the attached

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anuragsapanbhar
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Hi Sunny,

Thank you and its great. But I would like to do that in load script, else I have to change the entire formula of my dashboard which will take a lot of time and my table shows Qtr and monthly view both.

Any idea how I can do this without any formula?

sunny_talwar

Here you go

Table:

LOAD Dim,

Month(Date#(Month, 'MMM')) as Month,

Value;

LOAD * INLINE [

    Dim, Month, Value

    A, JAN, 38

    A, FEB, 18

    A, MAR, 45

    A, APR, 32

    A, MAY, 23

    A, JUN, 38

    A, JUL, 36

    A, AUG, 18

    A, SEP, 45

    A, OCT, 31

    A, NOV, 24

    A, DEC, 19

    B, JAN, 41

    B, FEB, 24

    B, MAR, 12

    B, APR, 17

    B, MAY, 29

    B, JUN, 15

    B, JUL, 43

    B, AUG, 49

    B, SEP, 49

    B, OCT, 33

    B, NOV, 37

    B, DEC, 28

    C, JAN, 11

    C, FEB, 19

    C, MAR, 19

    C, APR, 14

    C, MAY, 18

    C, JUN, 12

    C, JUL, 12

    C, AUG, 18

    C, SEP, 20

    C, OCT, 14

    C, NOV, 12

    C, DEC, 15

];

Left Join (Table)

LOAD Month(Date#(Month, 'MMM')) as Month,

ExchangeRate;

LOAD * INLINE [

    Month, ExchangeRate

    JAN, 44

    FEB, 16

    MAR, 43

    APR, 14

    MAY, 45

    JUN, 24

    JUL, 49

    AUG, 20

    SEP, 19

    OCT, 20

    NOV, 36

    DEC, 31

];

Concatenate (Table)

LOAD 'C as % of A' as Dim,

Month,

Num(Sum(If(Dim = 'C', Value))/Sum(If(Dim = 'A', Value)), '#.00') as Value

Resident Table

Group By Month;

Concatenate (Table)

LOAD 'B in USD' as Dim,

Month,

Num(Sum(If(Dim = 'B', Value))/Only(ExchangeRate), '#.00') as Value

Resident Table

Group By Month;

anuragsapanbhar
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Hi Sunny,

Thank you Very much. and sorry for late response. It really helped me.

Just out of curiosity , can it be done with out changing the table layout. What if my table has month as header as shown above. Can I do the calculation?

sunny_talwar

Not sure I follow, I have month as header also?

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anuragsapanbhar
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Hi Sunny,

Apologies for my very late reply... Thank you so much for your help.. it really worked.