# Latest Enterprise DNA Initiatives # Total Revenue (in Groups)

Hi, I am attempting to calculate the Total Revenue for specific ITMCODE from the Sample Table attached and output them in a format as following: I have already successfully calculated the count and Item Revenue, however I am not able to formulate a proper formula to generate the Total Revenue. I have attempted to use ALL function as below but failed to get the correct results. (I still yet need to add in the formula to evenly split non-specific ITMCODE revenue under the specific ITMCODE)

Total Revenue = SUMX(VALUES(‘Sample Table’[ITMCODE]), CALCULATE(SUM(‘Sample Table’[AMOUNT]), ALL(‘Sample Table’, ‘Sample Table’[ITMCODE])))

sample table.pbix (28.7 KB)

Can you provide a sample pbix

attached sample pbix file, thanks.

@vernonwyng
I have modified you measures as you don’t need an iterator functions for the required result

Item Revenue =
SUM(‘Sample Table’[AMOUNT])

Total Revenue =
CALCULATE(
SUM( ‘Sample Table’[AMOUNT] ),
ALLEXCEPT(‘Sample Table’,’ Sample Table’[ITMCODE] )
)

The final result is

The PBIX file is attached. Let me know if this answers your question
sample table.pbix (28.7 KB)

@MudassirAli

Thanks for the prompt reply, however the “Total Revenue” output for items A12, A13 should be \$3,350 and \$3,115 respectively.

The formula for calculating Total Revenue for A12 is as below, however I am not able to convert it to DAX language

Total Revenue for A12
= SUM of all AMOUNT in SLIP 111111 & 111112 + AMOUNT of A12 in 11114 + AVERAGE of remaining ITM in 111114 DIV by # of specific ITMCODE in 111114
= 1000+10+15+100+40+1000+20+25+30+35+40+1000+(50+20)/2 = 3350

@vernonwyng
Can you give some context as to why you want the specific type of calculation? I need the logic that I can build into the formula.

A SLIP # is assigned to each transaction, where
The ITMCODE column consist of a mixture of different types of items used within the transaction, e.g. procedure revenue, revenue from consumable items, rental equipment…

The problem is to get the total revenue generated by each procedure.

If the SLIP only have one procedure, I will need to sum all ITMCODE within the SLIP.
If the SLIP contains multiple procedures, I will need to average out the revenue of the non-procedure ITMCODE and evenly distribute it among the procedures.

Thank you.

@vernonwyng
I am finding it difficult to understand the end result you are trying to achieve. What I have understood is that Items starting with A are procedural codes and the Integers in Items are Non-Procedural Codes.

Code Category Code Category
A12 Procedural 3333 Non-Procedural
A13 Procedural 3334 Non-Procedural
3335 Non-Procedural
3336 Non-Procedural
4444 Non-Procedural
4445 Non-Procedural
4446 Non-Procedural
4447 Non-Procedural
4448 Non-Procedural
5555 Non-Procedural

The part that’s difficult to for me to rationalize is highlighted in bold:

It would be helpful if you can elaborate more on this.
Thanks

@MudassirAli

As mentioned on the previous response,
The attempt is to evenly distribute the revenue generated by non-procedural code into each procedure category and avoid double counting.

Example:
Total revenue for A12 in slip 111114 would be \$1,000+ (\$50 +\$20)/2 = \$1,035
Total revenue for A13 in slip 111114 would be \$1,500+ (\$50 +\$20)/2 = \$1,535

Hi @vernonwyng,

Something odd’s going on here…

I can create the required logic in M

And obviously in a DAX table as well

BUT when I create the same DAX logic in a virtual table to create a Measure, I can’t seem to get it to work… even after trying to break lineage I come up empty maybe someone with fresh eyes can take another stab at that…

Anyway turning it into the smallest possible physical table, hooking it up to your model and hiding it from view - works. Although the relationship is not required, you can create that virtually. ``````Total Revenue (DAX table) =
SUMX( TempTable, [@SlipAmount] ) + [Item Revenue]
``````

Although you’ll find 2 solutions in the file attached below, this is the Measure that’s bugging me and I can’t seem to get to work properly.

``````Total Revenue v2 (doesn't work) =
VAR vAllItems = ALLNOBLANKROW( 'Specific ITMCODE'[ITMCODE] )
VAR vAllItems2 =
ALLNOBLANKROW( 'Specific ITMCODE'[ITMCODE] ),
"@NewItemCode", [ITMCODE] &""
)
VAR vAllSlips =
VALUES( 'Sample Table'[SLIP] ),
"@Num of Items", CALCULATE( COUNTROWS( 'Sample Table' ), FILTER(  VALUES('Sample Table'[ITMCODE]), 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] IN vAllItems ))
)
VAR vSlipItems =
FILTER( SELECTCOLUMNS( 'Sample Table', "@Item", [ITMCODE], "@Slip", [SLIP] ),
[@Item] IN vAllItems
), "@Num of Items", MAXX( FILTER(vAllSlips, [SLIP] = [@Slip] ), [@Num of Items] )
),  "AvgSlipRevenue", SUMX( FILTER('Sample Table', 'Sample Table'[SLIP] = [@Slip] && NOT('Sample Table'[ITMCODE]) IN vAllItems ), [AMOUNT] ) / [@Num of Items],
"@NewItemCode", MAXX( FILTER(vAllItems, [ITMCODE] = [@Item] ), [@Item] ) &""
)
VAR vTable =
SELECTCOLUMNS( vSlipItems,
"@Item", [@NewItemCode],
"@AvgSlipAmt", [AvgSlipRevenue]
)
VAR nTable =
ADDCOLUMNS( SELECTCOLUMNS( vAllItems2, "Item", [@NewItemCode] ),
"@Amount", SUMX( FILTER( vTable, [@Item] = EARLIER([Item])), [@AvgSlipAmt] )
)
RETURN

CALCULATE(
SUMX( nTable, [@Amount] ),
//FILTER( SELECTCOLUMNS( nTable, "@Item", [Item]), [@Item] IN VALUES( 'Specific ITMCODE'[ITMCODE] ))
TREATAS( SELECTCOLUMNS( nTable, "@Item", [Item]), 'Specific ITMCODE'[ITMCODE] )
) + [Item Revenue]
``````

Here’s your sample file. sample table.pbix (41.9 KB)

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@Melissa I had been trying to get it working through virtual tables and been scratching my head all along. It’s weird that Calculated Columns are working but not vTables.

Great work on this one  @Melissa Here is a DAX Solution, just don’t sue me for plagiarism   ``````Antriksh =
VAR OriginalData =
ALL ( 'Sample Table' )
VAR ItemList =
FILTER (
ALL ( 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] ),
CONTAINSSTRING ( 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE], "A" )
)
VAR LimitColumns =
ALLEXCEPT ( 'Sample Table', 'Sample Table'[AMOUNT] )
VAR FilterItems =
FILTER ( LimitColumns, 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] IN ItemList )
VAR Count_ITMCODE =
FilterItems,
"Count",
VAR CurrentCode = 'Sample Table'[SLIP]
VAR SameRows =
FILTER ( FilterItems, 'Sample Table'[SLIP] = CurrentCode )
VAR Result =
COUNTROWS ( SameRows )
RETURN
Result
)
VAR FinalTable =
Count_ITMCODE,
"Amount w/o ITMCODE",
VAR CurrentSlip = 'Sample Table'[SLIP]
VAR FilterRows =
FILTER (
OriginalData,
'Sample Table'[SLIP] = CurrentSlip
&& NOT 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] IN ItemList
)
VAR Result =
SUMX ( FilterRows, 'Sample Table'[AMOUNT] )
RETURN
Result,
"Amount with ITMCODE",
VAR CurrentSlip = 'Sample Table'[SLIP]
VAR CurrentCode = 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE]
VAR FilterRows =
FILTER (
OriginalData,
'Sample Table'[SLIP] = CurrentSlip
&& 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] = CurrentCode
)
VAR Result =
SUMX ( FilterRows, 'Sample Table'[AMOUNT] )
RETURN
Result
)
VAR PrelimResult =
SELECTCOLUMNS (
FinalTable,
"Final",
[Amount w/o ITMCODE] / [Count] + [Amount with ITMCODE]
),
"Slip", 'Sample Table'[SLIP],
"ITMCODE", 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE],
"Slip Revenue", [Final]
)
VAR Result =
SUMX (
FILTER ( PrelimResult, [ITMCODE] IN VALUES ( 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] ) ),
[Slip Revenue]
)
RETURN
Result
``````

sample table.pbix (50.3 KB)

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Thanks @AntrikshSharma !!!

Knew I was missing something and I hoped someone would jump in to take another look. Thanks for putting this to bed otherwise I wouldn’t get any sleep…  3 Likes

@AntrikshSharma, @Melissa, @MudassirAli
Thank you all for helping out and contributing to the solution.

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Made a slight modification to the code to optimize it, and covered a loophole that I missed earlier i.e. using ALLEXCEPT and forgetting that it will return unique rows in case of duplicates, which is not good for this example.

sample table updated.pbix (49.7 KB)
back-end query changed from this:

to this:

Removed FE calls i.e. CALLBACKDATAID by changing

``````VAR FilterItems =
FILTER ( OriginalData, 'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] IN ItemList )
``````

to this:

``````VAR FilterItems =
CALCULATETABLE (
'Sample Table',
'Sample Table'[ITMCODE] IN ItemList,
REMOVEFILTERS ( 'Sample Table' )
)``````
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