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Click any cell inside the pivot table. On the Analyze tab, in the Calculations group, click Fields, Items & Sets. Click Calculated Field. The Insert Calculated Field dialog box appears. Enter Tax for Name. Type the formula =IF(Amount>100000, 3%*Amount, 0) Click Add. Click OK.
In the Navigation Pane, right-click the query that you want to change, and then click Design View on the shortcut menu. Click the Field cell in the column where you want to create the calculated field. To manually create your expression, type your expression.
The Field Calculator is a tremen- dously useful but sometimes overlooked tool. It can eliminate the tedious process of manu- ally entering values in a table or create new data from existing data in a table.
Load the shapefile railroads.shp in QGIS and press OpenAttributeTable. Click on Toggleeditingmode and open the FieldCalculator dialog. Select the Create a new field checkbox to save the calculations into a new field.
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Select a cell in the pivot table, and on the Excel Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Options tab (Analyze tab in Excel 2013). In the Calculations group, click Fields, Items, & Sets, and then click Calculated Field. Type a name for the calculated field, for example, RepBonus.
To add a calculated field: Select a cell in the pivot table, and on the Excel Ribbon, under the PivotTable Tools tab, click the Options tab (Analyze tab in Excel 2013). In the Calculations group, click Fields, Items, & Sets, and then click Calculated Field. Click Add to save the calculated field, and click Close.
Calculated Item should no longer be grayed out. It is grayed out because the source is OLAP, however there is a work around. Drop the data into Excel into a table. If you try to pivot off this data, the calculated field will still be grayed out.
To apply the formula to entire column, here's how: Step 1: Enter the formula into the first cell of that column, press Enter. Step 2: Select the entire column, and then go to Home tab, click Fill > Down. To apply formula to entire row: Click Home > Fill > Right.
Drag the cell's handle to the bottom of your data in the column. Click the small blue square at the bottom-right of the cell and drag it down across all the cells you want to apply the formula to. When you release the click, the formula from the first cell will be copied into every cell in your selection.
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