How do I insert calculated field to pivot table?

JackDanIce

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Hi,

I have a column with calculated dates (column F) running next to a pivot table (columns G:H)

The number of rows expands as data is added and I would like to insert a calculated field with the formula as shown in column F
Field Row Labels represents weeks of the year
Field Sum of R are aggregate values per week from a named data table

Trade Journal.xlsm
FGH
2DateRow LabelsSum of R
307/09/2020376
414/09/202038-1
521/09/2020395
628/09/2020409
705/10/2020415
812/10/20204211
919/10/20204314
1026/10/2020442
1102/11/2020453
12Grand Total54
Weekly Summary
Cell Formulas
RangeFormula
F3:F11F3=LET(Min_Year,YEAR(MIN(Trade_Data[[#All],[Date]])),DATE(Min_Year,1,-2)-WEEKDAY(DATE(Min_Year,1,3))+$G3*7)


How do I create this field in the pivot table itself so that on refresh, it'll auto calculate and update?

TIA,
Jack
 

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RoryA

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Calculated fields are value fields, not row/column fields. If you're using the data model, you can probably create a calculated column for that, but that would belong in the Power BI section where the DAX people live. ;)
 
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JackDanIce

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Cool, yes, can see how a calculated column in the data table can achieve this. I'm still so basic with Power Query and barely touched Power BI!

Let me try that and confirm

.. that works, having slight formatting issue but can work with it, thanks @RoryA!
 

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