5 Replies Latest reply: Jul 3, 2013 11:51 AM by ignacionimo

# Total of previous 11 month and actual date values

Hello I need to show in a chart 12 months columns, by which the last shown month would be the selected one.

And each of those month should be a sum of it and the 11 previous ones, that is called a TAM.

Ex;

Jun-2013 = values of the selected product in these dates

06/2013+05/2013+04/2013+03/2013+02/2013+01/2013+12/2012+11/2012+10/2012+09/2012+08/2012+07/2012

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It is useful but doesn't apply for what i need, thank you very much.

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Since Set Analysis is calculated once for the entire chart, you won't be able to do what you need with only one expression. You'd need to create a chart without dimensions and  12 expressions, and for each one use set analysis to set the min and max MonthYears you want to acumulate for it . For instance,

If you select June 2013:

June 2013: Jun 13 + May 13 + Apr 13 + Mar 13 + Feb 13 + Jan 13 + Dec 12 + Nov 12 + Sep 12 + Aug 12 + Jul12

May 2013  : May 13 + Apr 13 + Mar 13 + Feb 13 + Jan 13 + Dec 12 + Nov 12 + Sep 12 + Aug 12 + Jul12 + Jun 12

Apr 13       : Apr 13 + Mar 13 + Feb 13 + Jan 13 + Dec 12 + Nov 12 + Sep 12 + Aug 12 + Jul12 + Jun12 + May 12

and so on...

Hope it helps

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Jun-2013 = values of the selected product in these dates

06/2013+05/2013+04/2013+03/2013+02/2013+01/2013+12/2012+11/2012+10/2012+09/2012+08/2012+07/2012

And May-2013 = ?

If it's 05/2013+04/2013+03/2013+02/2013+01/2013+12/2012+11/2012+10/2012+09/2012+08/2012+07/2012+06/2012 then you want is what I call a 12-month rolling total. In which case I wish you good luck doing this in any way that is not discussed in the document I referred to.

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Yes May would look like that, here is an example made in excel so you can see:

I have 6 products, and 5 columns in this example.

Each column represents a sum of months.