Logic set up by list
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I have a question regarding logic set up by list. I want to use different logic for 1 line item by lists. For example, there are 3 list item for 1 line item. * list item : BI, PD, OCD * Line item : forecasted figure for frequency When I set up logic for line item, I want 3 years statistics for BI, 2 years statistics for PD and 1 year statistics for OCD. If then, is there any appropriate logic for this case?
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Try creating a property in the list. Enter values of 1,2 and 3 in them. Then set up an IF statement that reads, IF [property] = 1 THEN [your first bit of logic] ELSE IF [property] = 2 THEN [your 2nd bit of logic] ELSE [your third bit of logic]. I am sure you can do similar in other ways but this is simple to understand and for others to understand. Works well for 3 bits of logic, real nightmare for 12, as I found out recently.0

Thank you for your answer.
I tried your method and When I'm trying to use your method, I found item function.
* List name : organization
* List item : BI, PD, OCD
"IF ITEM(Organization) = Organization.BI then Function1 else Function2"
Above sentence is also possible when we want to set up logic by list item.0 
Hi Eugene
Other way would be to have one more line item : Calculation Method and give values into same and based on that value you can define calculations for list items.0