What is MOM and How to find MOM% in tableau?
Jun 17, 2019 in Tableau 7,030 views

## 1 answer to this question.

Month-over-month (MoM) growth shows the change in the value of a specific metric as a percentage of the previous month's value. Month-over-month growth is often used to measure the growth rate of monthly attributes such as sales, profit, etc.

It can be calculated as

(SUM([Measure]) - LOOKUP(SUM([Measure]), -1)) / (LOOKUP(SUM([Measure]), -1))

where measure is sales/ profot, etc.

Hope it helps!

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answered Jun 18, 2019 by anonymous
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(SUM([Sales]) - LOOKUP(SUM([Sales]) -1))/ (LOOKUP(SUM([Sales]), -1))

Tried the above calculation, no result.

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