Help with dax in a matrix

Hi to all!, first time posting here :smiley:

I’m trying to do this in a matrix:

Image 1: This is the table that has the information that i have:

Image 2: I want it to show the table like this in power BI:

For example, in the image 2, the number that is inside the matrix in the row 4 (Product 4) with the column 1 (Product 1) is made like this: Sell Out Value Sales Product 4 (300,000) - Sell Out Value Sales Product 1 (200,000) = 100,000 and so on for each number in that row.

How can i do this? i want to analize the opportunities that have each product if i use one as a driver so the other one that has low sales could increase selling both at the same time. Also you can see the file here:

Hope u can help me :slight_smile:

Thank you all!

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If this helps, it should look like the tab in the excel i’m uploading that says “Should Look Like This in PBI”

Thanks :slight_smile: Matriz A.xlsx (67.3 KB)

Hi @MiguelCruz. Please upload your work-in-progress PBIX file for the forum members to use during their analyses. Also, if you include any DAX samples, please use the built-in formatter.
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Hi Greg!,

The thing is that i don’t know how to do it in PBI. I only know how to do in excel like the file i’ve uploaded.


Anyone? :frowning:

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