Calculating Percent Change in a Pivot Table
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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 %
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((sum(rev this year)  sum(rev last year)) / sum(rev last year) *100
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Can you expand on this a bit more? It seems you already have variance as a % in your pivot table?
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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.
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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
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