# Actual Profit Versus target profit comparision by using LOD function

Actual Profit Versus target profit comparision by using LOD function
Explanation:

Actual vs. target?

• Create a calculated field Difference between Actual and Target Profit.
• Calculation looks like below:

[Profit]- [Target Profit]

• Create LOD function fixed on the Product, calculation name is: Difference Between Actual and Target by Product

Calculation is: {INCLUDE [Product]: SUM ([Difference between Actual and Target Profit])}

• Create one more calculation for Number of Products above Target.
• Calculation field is: IIF([Difference Between Actual and Target by Product] > 0, 1, 0)
• Create a calculation for above calculation and name it as Percentage of Products Above Target. Calculation is: SUM([Number of Products Above Target]) / COUNTD([Product])
• Drag Difference Between Actual and Target by Product into Columns. And select the aggregation as SUM.
• Drag Percentage of Products above Target into Columns.
• Drag State into Rows and right click on that and select sort option then it will open the sort window in that select the fields as shown below.

• Drag Difference between Actual and Target Profit into Color at Difference Between Actual and Target by Product Marks Card.
• The visualization will look like below

Product breakdown?

Ans:

1. Drag product into columns then right click and select Sort option. In that select the fields as shown below.

1. Drag Profit into Rows.
2. Now drag Difference between Actual and Target Profit into Color shelf at Marks card level.
3. And drag the Target Profit into Details at marks card level.
4. Right Click on the Profit Header at visualization level and select Add Reference Line as shown below.

5. The visualization looks like below.

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EXPLANATION

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