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Dickkieee
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How to modify my DAX to see weeks with no revenue.

I'm trying to visualize the total revenue per week, include the weeks with no revenue. For this purpose I tried to use 

 CALCULATE(
                    SUM('fct_test'[revenue]) ) 
 
Giving me the following result 
Dickkieee_0-1700591340834.png

But as you can see this visual is without the null weeks.

Therefore I tried it with the following DAX 

 

CALCULATE(
            SUM('fct_test'[revenue]),
            FILTER(
                ALL('DimDate'[Date]),
                'DimDate'[Date] <= MAX('DimDate'[Date])
 
The blue line is a target line (linear).
 
Dickkieee_1-1700591466548.png

 

How can I make a combination of both with the blue line and the first visualisation.

For the blue line I use the following dax

 

VAR b = [# CapaciteitHallen]
VAR a = 0.18
VAR pipestart = TODAY()
VAR maxdate = MAX(DimDate[Datum])
VAR x = datediff(pipestart,maxdate,week)
VAR line = b + a*b*x
RETURN IF(pipestart <= maxdate, line, BLANK())
 
Hope someone can help
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v-binbinyu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Dickkieee ,

To ensure that weeks with no revenue are included in your visual, you need to make sure that your date table (DimDate) has a continuous range of dates and that it is not filtered out by the relationships or the context of the report. Here's a revised version of your DAX measure that should help:

Total Revenue with Empty Weeks =
CALCULATE (
    SUM ( 'fct_test'[revenue] ),
    ALL ( 'DimDate' ),
    // This removes any filters from the DimDate table
    VALUES ( 'DimDate'[WeekNumber] ) // This ensures that you still group by week
)

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
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v-binbinyu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Dickkieee ,

To ensure that weeks with no revenue are included in your visual, you need to make sure that your date table (DimDate) has a continuous range of dates and that it is not filtered out by the relationships or the context of the report. Here's a revised version of your DAX measure that should help:

Total Revenue with Empty Weeks =
CALCULATE (
    SUM ( 'fct_test'[revenue] ),
    ALL ( 'DimDate' ),
    // This removes any filters from the DimDate table
    VALUES ( 'DimDate'[WeekNumber] ) // This ensures that you still group by week
)

 

Best regards,
Community Support Team_Binbin Yu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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