# Definition

For a given product, the selling value distribution compares the sales value of GSA drugstores selling to the sales value of total GSA drugstores.

# Calculation

Distribution selling value = sales value of GSA drugstores sold / sales value of total GSA drugstores

# Example

For a product A, a 50% selling value distribution means that the selling GSA drugstores represent 50% of the sales value of the total GSA drugstores.

For a hierarchical aggregate (such as a segment or a brand), it is the maximum of the sales value distributions of each product constituting the aggregate that is taken into account.

# Terminology

The sell value distribution can be written DVV. It is translated into English by Weighted distribution or WD.

# Aggregation

Historically, DNV and DVV were normally calculated on products, but "company", "brand" and "segment" are the MAX of DNV and DVV products.

In the new version (called 'recalculated'), we did not do the MAX but we recalculate the indicators.

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