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Figure 2-32 Measure Settings dialog
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Enter DAXMeasure as the Measure Name This is reflected in the Custom Name The first name is the generic name for the measure By default, this is the name of the measure in all pivot tables and charts You can override this name on an individual pivot table basis by changing the Custom Name property To do so, while viewing any pivot table or chart, click the measure in the field list of the PowerPivot Field List and then click Measure Settings on the PowerPivot ribbon Any custom name you enter is then valid for that pivot table or chart In the Formula text box, enter either of the two following DAX formulas (as shown in Figure 2-33):
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=SUM([Sales Amount])/CALCULATE(SUM([Sales Amount]),ALL('Order Details')) =SUM('Order Details'[Sales Amount])/ CALCULATE(SUM('Order Details'[Sales Amount]),ALL('Order Details'))
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This formula (whichever version you used) is calculates the Sales Amount, of whatever is being viewed in the pivot table, divided by the total Sales Amount of all records in the Order Details table The DAX syntax involved is covered thoroughly later in the book so don t be too concerned if it s not exactly intuitive For now, it s more important to concentrate upon the results Remember to use letters first and then
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Figure 2-33 DAX measure
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Prac tical PowerPivot & DAX Formulas for Excel 2010
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the tab key as you type to fully exploit AutoComplete Notice, also, how matching parentheses are highlighted as you type this helps to eliminate parenthesis mismatch in your formulas Click Check Formula to verify your syntax, and then click OK In the PowerPivot Field List, you should see the new measure under the Order Details table (you might need to expand the table in the field list, or right-click to see expansion options) as in Figure 2-34 If you need to edit the formula, select it in the PowerPivot Field List and click Measure Settings on the Excel PowerPivot ribbon Our new explicit, calculated measure, DAXMeasure, has a small calculator icon The calculated column, Sales Amount, does not The new measure is also added to the Values drop-zone if it s not, drag it from the PowerPivot Field List to the drop-zone
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Figure 2-34 PowerPivot Field List
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Now, to populate the rest of the pivot table:
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First, drag Sales Amount (Order Details table) from the field list in the PowerPivot Field List to the Values drop-zone, just below the DAXMeasure It appears in the drop-zone as Sum of Sales Amount Right-click and choose Edit Measure Change the Custom Name to DAXColumn and click OK Click on the value for DAXColumn in the pivot table itself Now click the PivotTable Tools tab to display the PivotTable Tools, Options ribbon Verify that the Active Field in the Active Field group is DAXColumn and click Field Settings in the same group In the subsequent Value Field Setting dialog, click the Number Format button to open the Format Cells dialog Choose Currency as the format and click OK twice to exit both dialogs Drag Sales Amount a second time to the Values drop-zone, below the original Rename it as before, but this time, call it GUIColumn Right-click the value for GUIColumn in the pivot table, and move the mouse over Show Values As in the context menu From the flyout menu, choose % of Grand Total Select the value for DAXMeasure in the pivot table, and from the PivotTable Tools ribbon, click Field Settings Click the Number Format button in the dialog and choose Percentage before clicking OK twice Your pivot table should look like Figure 2-35, although your currency symbol for the DAXColumn value may be $, or , or otherwise From the Customers table in the PowerPivot Field List field list, drag first Country, then City to the Row Labels drop-zone and observe the pivot table Make sure that City is positioned below Country From the Products table, drag Category, then ProductName to the Column Labels drop-zone, and again watch the pivot table Right-click on Argentina in the pivot table and move the mouse over Expand/ Collapse In the flyout menu, choose Collapse Entire Field Repeat this for Beverages in the pivot table
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