Calculating Percent Change in a Pivot Table
Best Answer

What does your beastmode look like?
to calculate this you can do one of the following.
((sum(rev this year) / sum(rev last year)) * 100)100
or
((sum(rev this year)  sum(rev last year)) / sum(rev last year) and then format your column as a %
or
((sum(rev this year)  sum(rev last year)) / sum(rev last year) *100
0
Answers

Can you expand on this a bit more? It seems you already have variance as a % in your pivot table?
**Was this post helpful? Click Agree or Like below**
**Did this solve your problem? Accept it as a solution!**0 
This is the percentage of the total variance for the column. I am looking for the percentage change between This year and last year's revenue totals. For this example, it should be 15%, not 1.7%. The variance column that is displayed is only a placeholder.
0 
What does your beastmode look like?
to calculate this you can do one of the following.
((sum(rev this year) / sum(rev last year)) * 100)100
or
((sum(rev this year)  sum(rev last year)) / sum(rev last year) and then format your column as a %
or
((sum(rev this year)  sum(rev last year)) / sum(rev last year) *100
0
Categories
 All Categories
 1.6K Product Ideas
 1.6K Ideas Exchange
 1.4K Connect
 1.2K Connectors
 286 Workbench
 4 Cloud Amplifier
 7 Federated
 2.8K Transform
 91 SQL DataFlows
 585 Datasets
 2.1K Magic ETL
 3.6K Visualize
 2.4K Charting
 646 Beast Mode
 36 App Studio
 33 Variables
 630 Automate
 159 Apps
 431 APIs & Domo Developer
 38 Workflows
 2 DomoAI
 31 Predict
 12 Jupyter Workspaces
 19 R & Python Tiles
 377 Distribute
 107 Domo Everywhere
 266 Scheduled Reports
 4 Software Integrations
 104 Manage
 101 Governance & Security
 6 Domo University
 15 Product Releases
 Community Forums
 39 Getting Started
 29 Community Member Introductions
 93 Community Announcements
 4.8K Archive