You may download the solution from this link.

Hope this helps.

]]>Thanks a lot!. It seems that your solution suggests we can now achieve the expected result even without converting to Cube formulas. Please correct if I am wrong.

I am not able to download the excel you shared to see the structure / Data Model. Can you please provide access to me to download the excel so that I can have a look.

]]>Refer to my solution in the worksheet named Ashish solution1 of this workbook.

Hope this helps.

]]>I completely overlooked that in my solution. Sorry about that. I think the only way to do that is to convert the PowerPivot result into CUBE formulas and then delete that column.

]]>The variance is a derivation of KF1 and KF2, so how to restrict it to shown only one variance per set of KF1 and KF2 values.

In the excel you provided the variance is repeating per KF. ]]>

Refer to the solution in this workbook.

]]>Thanks a lot for checking out. Did you put the formulas in the excel link i provided.As, I did not find any in the excel. Will you please help me put the formulas in the sample excel so that i can clearly understand.

Regards

]]>These are the PowerPivot calculated field formulas I have written

Total =SUM(data[value])

Variance =(CALCULATE([Total],data[Key Fig]="KF1")-CALCULATE([Total],data[Key Fig]="KF2"))/CALCULATE([Total],data[Key Fig]="KF2")

Hope this helps.

]]>Thanks a lot for getting back.

Here is a sample example i was quoting.

You are welcome. Upload the workbook to OneDrive and share the download link here. In that workbook, please also show the expected result.

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