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Would you be able to share the qvw file you are working with, it seems the data you shared is giving different charts then the one with your data. It would be difficult to verify why the results are different because both will give different numbers. Can you share your qvw or the data you are using to create the two charts?

Good idea

Thanks Settu!

Only now that Sunny put his solution did I notice that your solution did it. I previously forgot to put the Year into dimensions.

Script change:


subfield([Order ID],'-',1) as [Distribution Center],

[Order ID],

Year([Order Date]) as YearTemp,

QuarterName([Order Date]) as Quarter,

Num(Month([Order Date])) as NumMonthTemp,





[Product ID],




[Order Priority]


(ooxml, embedded labels, table is Sheet1);

NumMonthTemp as NumMonth,

YearTemp as Year

Resident Sales

Order By NumMonthTemp, YearTemp;

DROP Table Sales;

Line Chart:


1) Month


2) Year

Expression: =Aggr(((Sum(Sales)/Above(Sum(Sales))) - 1) * 100, NumMonth, Year)

=Aggr(((Sum(Sales)/Above(Sum(Sales))) - 1) * 100, NumMonth, Year)

Thanks so much Sunny for looking into this! Your answer works, but I marked Settu's answer as the solution since it is so compact (less code).

kushal chawda

as per suggested by stalwar1 settu_periasamy it's working fine but this is alternative to understand the expression like

(current-previous)/previous format

=((sum(Sales) - above(sum(Sales)))/ above(sum(Sales)))

Hirish V

Check this ,

I hope this what you required,


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