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Vinagre01
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Get the last non blank value based on two columns

Hello!

 

I have the following table (It's just one table. I screenshoted in different places) that I want to summarize based on the last value of two columns (Real and Target), producing other two columns in the new table with these new values.

 

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Until now, I was only able to get the last value from the real column. 

 

SUMMARY = 
SUMMARIZE(Append1, Append1[NAME], "Real", LASTNONBLANKVALUE(Append1[Week], SUM(Append1[Real])))

 

 

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However, I also need to get the last value from the "Target" column, also based on the last value of the "Real" column.

 

So we would get something like this

 

NAMERealTarget
FER510945
MON689530
Transferência de Peças400715

 

As you see above, the last update was made in W34 for "FER" and "MON" and in W36 for "Transferência de Peças".

 

Any idea on how to get the result above?

 

Thank you in advance

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Anonymous
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Hello,

 

this did the trick:

 

Real_ = LASTNONBLANKVALUE('Sample'[Week], SUM('Sample'[Real]))
Target_ = LASTNONBLANKVALUE('Sample'[Real], SUM('Sample'[Target]))
 
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If this helped, please mark it as the solution, thanks 🙂

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