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## Get the Quantity by the Earliest Date

Hello,

I am trying to get the most recent quantity by production week, by Plant (Where it is produced) and by SKU (Item No) depending on the earliest date (version date). Can someone help me with this. I do not mind if it is done in DAX or Power Query. Below is my data view. I have tried groups but when I try to get the quantity it sums all the values up. I dont want that I want what ever was the quantity by the earliest plan version by item.

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Example of what I want:

If I were to sum the quantity of production week of 9/25/2022 I would get like 900,000 (LBS) because it sums it all. I want to get the last value depending on the earliest or closest date of that production week for that Item and plant level.  Let me know if I need to clarify anything.

Below is an example of why the equal dates do not work:

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Anonymous
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I figured it out. I had to use this DAX formula.

CALCULATE(SUM('Butter'[Quantity]),FILTER('Butter',Butter[Plan Version]=MAX('Butter'[Plan Version])))
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Anonymous
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I figured it out. I had to use this DAX formula.

CALCULATE(SUM('Butter'[Quantity]),FILTER('Butter',Butter[Plan Version]=MAX('Butter'[Plan Version])))
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@Anonymous So maybe put Plant, SKU and Latest Plan Version in a table visual along with a Sum of the Quantity? You can use the drop down for Plan Version column in the field well to get Latest.

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