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MagnusSvendsen
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Delivery performance

Dear All,

 

I have found the networking days between our confirmed delivery date and shipment date. If we ship according to what we have confirmed to the customer, the value will be 2.

 

Now I need to find a value that tells me, how many deliveries, we ship according to what we promised = value = 2.

Therefore I need to have a %number, which says how many % of the column networking days = 2.

 

In the below case, if we imagine that it was all our deliveries for November, we delivered 33,33%. on time.

MagnusSvendsen_0-1669202975948.png

Networking days is a measured value

MagnusSvendsen_1-1669203108425.png

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v-yetao1-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @MagnusSvendsen 

Create a measure like this :

Measure = 
VAR _SUM=0-SUMX('Table',[NetworkingDays])
var _mindate=MIN('Table'[Shipment_Date])
var _maxdate=MAX('Table'[Shipment_Date])
var _diff=DAY(_maxdate)-DAY(_mindate)-1
return _SUM/_diff

Then you will get a result like below :

Ailsamsft_0-1669257692886.png

NetworkingDays is a measure .

 

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Ailsa Tao
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Thanks for the reply Ailsa,

 

I worked until I added some new lines, because now 3 out of 5 lines are 2 networking days which supposed to give me a 60%, But it gives me 29%.

MagnusSvendsen_0-1669281764133.png

 

 

Dear Alisa,

 

Thanks for the reply, it worked until I added a new line.

Something went wrong, as I now have added a new line, which also shows 2 in networking days, but it gives me the value 400% and not 200%

MagnusSvendsen_0-1669281247505.png

 

 

Thanks!!

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@MagnusSvendsen , Assume networkingday is column then

 

Divide(

countx(filter(Table, Table[networkingday] >=0), Table[Document]),

count(Table[Document])

)

Thanks!!

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