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## Converting Tableau Calculation to PowerBI DAX

Need help to convert the following below tableau calculation into dax

IF [Renewal Date] >= DATE(STR(DATEPART('year',[HighDateValue Max]))+'-'+STR(1)+'-'+STR(1))
AND [Renewal Date] <= DATE(STR(DATEPART('year',[HighDateValue Max]))+'-'+STR(3)+'-'+STR(31)) THEN '1 Jan - 31 Mar'
END

Renewal Date - date (Datatype)

HighDateValue Max - date (Datatype)

First line - DATE(STR(DATEPART('year',[HighDateValue Max]))+'-'+STR(1)+'-'+STR(1))

Output - 01-01-2016 01-01-2017 01-01-2018 01-01-2019 01-01-2020 01-01-2021 01-01-2022

Second line - DATE(STR(DATEPART('year',[HighDateValue Max]))+'-'+STR(3)+'-'+STR(31))

Output - 31-03-2016 31-03-2017 31-03-2018 31-03-2019 31-03-2020 31-03-2021 31-03-2022

2 REPLIES 2
Helper II

IF([Renewal Date] >= DATE(YEAR(HighDateValue[Max])+'-'&TEXT(DAY(HighDateValue[Max])+1)+'-'&TEXT(MONTH(HighDateValue[Max])+1))
AND [Renewal Date] <= DATE(YEAR(HighDateValue[Max])+'-'&TEXT(DAY(HighDateValue[Max])+3)+'-'&TEXT(MONTH(HighDateValue[Max])+3)))
THEN "1 Jan - 31 Mar"
END

Super User

Hi @Dragpunk ,

For first Line DATE(STR(DATEPART('year',[HighDateValue Max]))+'-'+STR(1)+'-'+STR(1)), you can use below DAX :

DATE(YEAR('Date Data'[HighDateValue Max ].[Date]), "1","1")

For Second Line DATE(STR(DATEPART('year',[HighDateValue Max]))+'-'+STR(1)+'-'+STR(1)), you can use below DAX:

DATE(YEAR('Date Data'[HighDateValue Max ].[Date]), "3","31")

And overall column can have below DAX expression:

DAX Result = IF('Date Data'[Renewal Date ].[Date] >= DATE(YEAR('Date Data'[HighDateValue Max ].[Date]), "1","1") && 'Date Data'[Renewal Date ].[Date] <= DATE(YEAR('Date Data'[HighDateValue Max ].[Date]), "3","31"), "1 Jan - 31 Mar")

This will give you below result for sample renewal date and HighDateValue Max,

If this answer helps, please mark it as an Accepted Solution so it would help others to find the solution.

Thanks!

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