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pmthu
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How to find duplicated data in first column based on second column and show result as Status

Hi All,

 

I have one thing to solve.I want to add new column as "Complete or Not" deponding on Action Column.If one date have sign_in and sign_out,data in new column is "Complete" for that date.

Pls help me.

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v-jayw-msft
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Community Support

Hi @pmthu ,

 

Try this DAX formula.

Column = 
var _distinct = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[action]),filter(ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[date]),'Table'[action]<>BLANK()))
return
IF(_distinct=2,"complete","not")

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Best Regards,

Jay

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v-jayw-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @pmthu ,

 

Try this DAX formula.

Column = 
var _distinct = CALCULATE(DISTINCTCOUNT('Table'[action]),filter(ALLEXCEPT('Table','Table'[date]),'Table'[action]<>BLANK()))
return
IF(_distinct=2,"complete","not")

Capture.PNG

 

Best Regards,

Jay

Community Support Team _ Jay
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution
to help the other members find it.
rbriga
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I would take it to Power Query to prepare the data for this.

What I'm doing here is:

  1. Adding an "In" and an "Out" columns to flag the action of the row.
  2. Grouping By Name and Date to get a single row for each Name+Date combination; "In" and "Out" would show 1 if there was a sign-in and sign-out for this combination, respectively.
  3. Adding a column that checks if, for each Name+Date combination, there were both a sign-in and sign-out; if so, "Complete".

 

let
Source = Excel.CurrentWorkbook(){[Name="Table1"]}[Content],
#"Changed Type" = Table.TransformColumnTypes(Source,{{"Employer Name", type text}, {"date", type datetime}, {"Action", type text}}),
#"Added Conditional Column" = Table.AddColumn(#"Changed Type", "In", each if [Action] = "sign_in" then 1 else null),
#"Added Conditional Column1" = Table.AddColumn(#"Added Conditional Column", "Out", each if [Action] = "sign_out" then 1 else null),
#"Grouped Rows" = Table.Group(#"Added Conditional Column1", {"Employer Name", "date"}, {{"Signed In", each List.Max([In]), type nullable number}, {"Signed Out", each List.Max([Out]), type nullable number}}),
Complete = Table.AddColumn(#"Grouped Rows", "Complete", each if [Signed In] = 1 and [Signed Out] = 1
then "Complete"
else "Incomplete")
in
Complete

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