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leolapa_br
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Resolver I

Calculated column with cumulative count of repeating dates

I have the following calculated table:

 

Tbl.png

 

I've been trying to add to that table a calculated column that runs a cumulative count of the repeating dates from the date column ([Data]) which should (obviously) reset back to 1 every time a new date comes by.

 

The closest I could get was with the code below, but it still does not produce the results I want, which I hardcoded in red for better understanding of what I really need.

 

Col.png

 

Any help on this one is greatly appreciated!

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leolapa_br
Resolver I
Resolver I

This code suggested by another user on Stack Overflow did the trick for me:

Cumul Count Date = 
ROWNUMBER( 
	ALLSELECTED( 
		Tbl[Data], 
		Tbl[Símbolo], 
		Tbl[Net result] 
	), 
	ORDERBY( Tbl[Data], ASC ), 
	DEFAULT, 
	PARTITIONBY( Tbl[Data] ) 
)

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leolapa_br
Resolver I
Resolver I

This code suggested by another user on Stack Overflow did the trick for me:

Cumul Count Date = 
ROWNUMBER( 
	ALLSELECTED( 
		Tbl[Data], 
		Tbl[Símbolo], 
		Tbl[Net result] 
	), 
	ORDERBY( Tbl[Data], ASC ), 
	DEFAULT, 
	PARTITIONBY( Tbl[Data] ) 
)

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