For example, if I have a variable for the amount in my bank account, and it starts off as $10k in January, let’s say I add a $1k every month, at the end of the first year, I should have $21k, and by the end of the second year, I should have $33k. Now, if I create an yearly chart, I do not want it to display the aggregate of the each month of the year as it will make no sense, but just want the final value.
Hey Ted, by default, Causal takes the sum to aggregate monthly variables to yearly totals. You can change this by right-clicking on the variable and changing the time aggregation function to final.
You can find more information about aggregation functions in the Causal University