Concatenate in a Calculated Field?

cmcreynolds

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Just wondering if there is a way to concatenate two calculated fields into one within PowerPivot's Data Model.

One is SUMX and the other would a percentage relative to that SUMX.

so, if the SUMX was a calculated field and the percentage was, too, would this work?

8WkSummary:= [8WkSum]&" ("&[8WkPerc]&")"

The result would look like:

Program
Program Sum (% to total)
English
16 (85%)

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Or have I lost my way again?
 

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anvg

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Hi
Maybe
Code:
CONCATENATE("(" & FORMAT([Year count only],"0") & ") - (",FORMAT([Year average only],"0") & ")")
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