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Weekly data SWLY VS TY by week: slicing with disconnected table

TestDBSnips.docx (345.0 KB) Hello all,

*Fiscal 4-5-4, so weekly is necessary.

First post here in the forum, typically I can sort the solutions by previous posts, but this one is a challenge to solve.

The related video is ’ Compare Time Periods With Non Standard Date Tables - DAX & Power BI’ by Sam M…

I am trying to compare sales by week for last year using the method in the video for sales grouped by a disconnected table.

I added notes , test DB too large to upload. Let me know if this is enough info. thank you !

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