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Elina Jeskanen

I'm trying to accomplish calculating and visualizing YoY growth. I can get the growth from the previous year to the max year (eg 2013 -> 2014, bottom graph) with this:

=((sum({$<Year = {$(=max(Year))}>}Sales) - sum({$<Year ={$(=max(Year)-1)}>}Sales))/ sum({$<Year = {$(=max(Year)-1)}>}Sales)) * 100

...but what would be the function to get it for all the years in the past (here: 2011 -> 2012 2012 -> 2013) ?

Hi Elina,

As already mentioned by stalwar1 , and me, One expression will give your expected resut.

i.e =(sum(Sales)/Above(sum(Sales))-1)

=(sum(Sales)/Above(sum(Sales))-1)

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Sunny Talwar

It is difficult to give any recommendation without looking at data, but may be add Year as a dimension and use above function to achieve what you are looking for.

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hi basically you can create more expressions like

=((sum({$<Year = {$(=max(Year)-1)}>}Sales) - sum({$<Year ={$(=max(Year)-2)}>}Sales))/ sum({$<Year = {$(=max(Year)-2)}>}Sales)) * 100

and so on .

for the number of years you want to display

balraj ahlawat

addyears() may be an option, like:

addyear(max(YearField),0) - Max Year

addyear(max(YearField),-1) - Last Year

addyear(max(YearField),-2) - Last to Last Year

and so on...

Devanand G Khandar

May be you can try as below three expression with 2014-2013, 2013-2012, 2012-2011 as labels accordingly for below expression:

=((sum({$<Year = {$(=max(Year)-2)}>}Sales) - sum({$<Year ={$(=max(Year)-3)}>}Sales))/ sum({$<Year = {$(=max(Year)-3)}>}Sales)) * 100

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