1 Reply Latest reply: Jan 15, 2018 6:39 PM by Stefan Wühl

# Sum conditional

Hello...

I am new to qlik sense, and I need help.

I have some data in excel with the following structure:

ProductProjectSales
7000011000
7000012000
7000023000
7000011500
7000043000
7000024000
700004

1000

7000022000

When I select project 001, the project 004 must be added to project 001 according to a percentage (60%), while the rest must be added to project 002 (40%). For example:

• If I select project 001, I should add:       1000 + 2000 + 1500 + (3000 * 0.6) + (1000 * 0.6) = 6.900
• If I select project 002, I should add:       3000+ (3000 * 0.4) +4000+ (1000 * 0.4) + 2000 = 10,600

Thanks.....

• ###### Re: Sum conditional

Maybe something like

Project,

If(Project = '004','00'&Iterno(),Project) as NewProject,

If(Project = '004',If(Iterno()=1,0.6,0.4),1)*Sales as Sales

FROM

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While Iterno() <= If(Project = '004',2,1);

Now your Project 004 records are split into two records and assigned to 001 and 002 accordingly.

You can make your selections in NewProject to filter these two projects with the assigned values, or use Project to get the original sums.