# Louise Stub Hansen

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• Maybe this will work:  Akk.sum = sum(d-1, d1:0(s), m1)

• I don't think it is a bug. But the bars just dosn't round the numbers but show the actual value. Eg. if the values are 3,86 and 3,94, the labels will be 3,9 but the bars will still show 3,86 and 3,...

• Hi Lasse Im not sure I understand your case correct. But if you have a graph the decimals can be affected by the formats you choose in the left menu bar and in the properties of your grapf (number ...

• Hi Ole This is exactly what I do right now. But as it is reports where I have often copied 10-20 different analysis in one report, I have to be very consistent and remember to update the objects in...

• I dont know if I should create a new feature request or it is related to this issue? Or there is already a post about it? But I'm missing the possibility to create one single pdf with multiple page...

• Especially if it then would be possible to make a condition on dimensions. E.g. countif dimension Month = January or ID = xxx. And if it would then be possible to use a normal if-sentence with a co...

• Hi Lasse We are struggling with performance problems as well and have tried replacing dynamic text with criterias. And it almost halfed the load time of some analysis. But Im very curious to unders...

• If you just have 1 measure (m1) and 1 row it could be: (sum(0, d1, m1) / sum(-1, d1, m1) - 1) * 100 or (sum(0, d-1, m1) / sum(-1, d-1, m1) - 1) * 100  0 and -1 refers to the column where 0 is the ...

• I don't know if you can make a visibility agent that hides "Beregningsfejl". But I always solves this problem with an if-sentence:  if sum(0,0,m4)=0 then 0 else sum(0,0,m3)/sum(0,0,m4)*100 And if y...

• It depends on your measures. if "ForKalk Antal" = m1, "EfterKalk Antal"  m2, "ForKalk Tid" = m3 and "EfterKalk Tid" = m4 I would guess your syntax should be something like: sum(0,0,m3)/sum(0,0,m4)*...