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POWER BI EXERCISES▼
DAX | Calculated columns exercise | Use context transition to show total sales by product
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Open the Power BI file in the above folder, and go to the Product table if it's not already visible on screen:
We'll add 3 calculated columns to this table.
Use the SUMX function to add the following calculated columns to this table:
|Total sales||The total sales across the entire database|
|Sales for product||The total sales for this product|
|Product contribution||The second column divided by the first|
You'll have to use context transition for the second column (but you knew that anyway ...).
Here's what your final table should look like:
The final table - Sammy the Snake is clearly the leading contributor to sales.
Save this file as Context transition is fun, then close it down.