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Michalison
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I am creating a dashboard for absence reporting last week I had help from this community to create the following dax

 

rolling 6 months = CALCULATE(COUNT(Absence[Start Date]),DATESINPERIOD(Absence[Start Date],MAX(Absence[Start Date]),-6,MONTH))
 
This counts how many episdodes (not how many days) of absence someone has had over the last 6 months - I have now been asked by my employers can we have people who have had more than 3 episodes of absence in the last 6 months from todays date (ie system date) - I have no idea how to do this - any suggestions?  many thanks
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Anonymous
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Hi Try this,

rolling 6 months = 

CALCULATE(COUNT(Absence[Start Date]),DATESINPERIOD(Absence[Start Date],today(),-6,MONTH))

 

and after on the filter panel you fix the value at >3 for this measure

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Michalison
Helper II
Helper II

Tried it just comes up with blank table

 

Michalison_0-1652962990826.png

 

Anonymous
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Hi Try this,

rolling 6 months = 

CALCULATE(COUNT(Absence[Start Date]),DATESINPERIOD(Absence[Start Date],today(),-6,MONTH))

 

and after on the filter panel you fix the value at >3 for this measure

Thanks this works 

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