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How to calculate occupancy rate by day

Hello Everyone


i have the start date of a rental car and the end date . 





I Need to know a daily occupancy based on these data. So, for example , i need to know what is the correct total occupancy percentage in Aug 1 st.  this occupancy must be measured by day , and by vehicle.



any idea ?

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@Anonymous , with a date table you need to measure like

CALCULATE(COUNTx(FILTER('Table','Table'[Pick up time]<=max('Date'[Date]) && (ISBLANK('Table'[Drop of time]) || 'Table'[Drop of time]>max('Date'[Date]))),('Table'[Pick up time])),CROSSFILTER('Table'[Drop of time],'Date'[Date],None))


Can you share sample data and sample output in table format? Or a sample pbix after removing sensitive data.


Refer if this can help

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this is my sample data. is it enough ?


i need a daily occupancy .  for example . in aug 1st 407,5 hours of occupancy and 14,9 % of occupancy based on the total of my fleet cars. if i have 100 cars , the total availability is 100 * 24 hours .  the occupancy is the difference between the availability and the total occupancy day.


some cars are rent just part of the day.




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@Anonymous - This looks like a variation on Open Tickets.


If you want a more specific solution to your exact problem, please post your sample data as text in a table. Thanks.


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