In this example, I want to show you how we can generate cumulative totals but only up to a certain point. A really relevant example if you are running some time comparison analysis and you’re looking at trends over time as a cumulative total in Power BI. Here’s a description of a specific scenario below.
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In this example, I will show you how you can create a reverse cumulative total inside of Power BI using DAX. This question came up recently on the Enterprise DNA Support Forum. You can view this forum post here – Reverse Cumulative Sum A member had a unique requirement where they needed a cumulative total from
In this tutorial, we’re going to do a deep dive into the cumulative total formula combination that can be used in Power BI. Cumulative totals are a great way of showing trends over time and then also showcasing differences in trends between different timeframes. There is a common combination of DAX functions to use that
I’ve previously showcased how you can compare your actual results versus your budgeted results. But, what if you also wanted to overlay some time comparison information so you’re comparing your actuals versus budget versus last year? Or perhaps versus last quarter? Or against any other time period you may want to select? In this video