Thanks so much Sunny, Liron, Balraj and Devanand for your quick replys.
So as I understand you all propose to build a function on year by year basis... So there is no generalizable solution, command etc that would run the same calculation across all years no matter how many years?
In Tableau this is accomplished with
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Is there something similar in Qlik?
I think there is a way, but need to be tested on your data. Is it possible to provide a sample?
Sure. The sample data set can be found from here:
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Year([Order Date]) as Year,
Month([Order Date]) as Month,
MonthName([Order Date]) as MonthYear;
LOAD [Row ID],
[Product Base Margin],
[State or Province],
[Quantity ordered new],
[Sample - Superstore Subset (Excel).xlsx]
(ooxml, embedded labels, table is Orders);
Order By Month, Year;
DROP Table Table;
Expression: =Aggr(((Sum(Sales)/Above(Sum(Sales))) - 1) * 100, Year, Month)=Aggr(((Sum(Sales)/Above(Sum(Sales))) - 1) * 100, Year, Month)
Here is how you can do it.
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