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  • @david_cunningham it works, this is clever. Thanks for your help.
  • Oh, I overlooked that one. Thanks for pointing that out. I thought there was something that I didn't understand in that function. Thanks @MichelleH
    in PERIOD_DIFF Comment by rmbourne March 20
  • Hey @ArborRose, Yeah I've tried it before, but I intend this to reference the month filters, that's why I didn't do it in the ETL this time and I'm searching for ways to be able to do it in the beast mode.
  • Wow! I can't believe it's that simple. Thank you @MichelleH and @marcel_luthi, it works just the same. Plus, if ever we reach more than 700 accounts in the future, there's no need to add more lines in the formula. Thanks!
  • Hey @AnnaYardley, any chance I can still try this out?
  • @MarkSnodgrass, thanks for responding. However, that's not what I'm going for. What I wanted instead is to just count everything within the partition for every row. If this is SQL, I would've simply written it as COUNT(invoice_item_model) OVER (PARTITION BY end_user_domain) The problem is in Magic ETL, it seems the frame…
  • Hi @DataMaven, Thank you for looking into this. I've done the same thing and I didn't come up with anything that would result to a slope of -1.3. I better file a support ticket for this now. Thank you.
  • @GrantSmith I just figured it out. The option to add a variable into a page is accessible when the dashboard is being edited. I'm such a newbie. Thanks man!
  • Thank you for your help @GrantSmith. I've used the variable in a beast mode to make my x-axis dynamic. I'm aware that the option to choose to make the control appear in the analyzer and in the controls pane of an individual card is available, but not on a dashboard page. Can you walk me though how I can add the variable…