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srinivaschary
Calcite | Level 5

Dataset:

MonthLocationProductionPendedPended%
JAN'17Hyd12320%
FEB'17Che15212%
MAR'17Vel30412%
APR'17Delhi2314%
MAY'17Hyd3226%
JUN'17che4512%
JAN'17Hyd12320%
FEB'17Che15212%
MAR'17Vel30412%
APR'17Delhi2314%
MAY'17Hyd3226%
JUN'17che4512%
JAN'17Hyd12320%
FEB'17Che15212%
MAR'17Vel30412%
APR'17Delhi2314%
MAY'17Hyd3226%
JUN'17che4512%
JAN'17Hyd12320%
FEB'17Che15212%
MAR'17Vel30412%
APR'17Delhi2314%
MAY'17Hyd3226%
JUN'17che4512%

 

Expected Result:

Expected result.png

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bpazzaglini
Fluorite | Level 6
You could create a new measure (see you if it's better a new calculated itam or a new aggregated measure) that consider the diffence between the last month and the sum of the last three month.
Applay as visualization rule this difference to the column that you wish

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