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## Time Difference

Hi All,

I got an issue and even going through most of Time Blogs can't get my brain ticking...

I got this data where dateTime is one field and SKU is other. I want to find how long a SKU takes to change on a given date (time). Some days SKU will be running for 5 days but what I am interested is when it change from one SKU to other whats the time difference .

Thanks

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Super User

Hi @Anonymous ,

As a general advise, please, provide data sample in a table format (not as an image) and an example of the expected result. How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly

If you expect to have this result

you can try the measure below:

``````diff_h =
VAR c_sku = SELECTEDVALUE ( T[SKU] )
VAR minDate =
MINX (
FILTER ( ALL ( T[DateTime_], T[SKU] ), T[SKU] = c_sku ),
T[DateTime_]
)
VAR c_date = SELECTEDVALUE ( T[DateTime_] )
VAR prevDate =
CALCULATE (
MAX ( T[DateTime_] ),
FILTER ( ALLSELECTED ( T ), T[DateTime_] < c_date )
)
VAR difference = DATEDIFF ( prevDate, c_date, HOUR )
RETURN
IF ( c_date = minDate && NOT ( ISBLANK ( prevDate ) ), difference, BLANK () )``````

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Resolver II

@Anonymous  Hi sahwal,

Let's say your table is as below,

 DateTime_ PO Line_id SKU 2021-01-01 1234 1 170448 2021-01-02 1234 1 170448 2021-01-03 1234 1 170448 2021-01-04 1234 1 170448 2021-01-05 1234 1 180111 2021-01-06 1234 1 180111 2021-01-07 1234 1 180111 2021-01-08 1234 1 200100 2021-01-09 1234 1 300100

To get the time period for each SKU you can try below measure;

TimePerSKU =
VAR CurrentSKU = MAX( SKU_Time[SKU] )
VAR SelectedSKU = FILTER( SKU_Time, SKU_Time[SKU] = currentSKU )
VAR Result =
DATEDIFF(
FIRSTNONBLANK( SKU_Time[DateTime_], SKU_Time[DateTime_] ),
LASTNONBLANK( SKU_Time[DateTime_], SKU_Time[DateTime_] ),
HOUR
)
RETURN  INT( DIVIDE( result, 24 ) ) & " Days "& MOD( result, 24 ) & "hours"

I hope this helps you.

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Thanks!

Anonymous
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HI Colacan

Looks good but what its doing is giving me total hours a SKU run in a day or year what I was looking for eg

SKU                     datetime

109328               30/08/2021 3:17 am

112111                30/08/2021 6:15am

156674                02/09/2021 1:00Pm

Now when in Maufacturing we did chnage from lets say 109328 to 112111 it should tell me time it took to do changeover (6:15-3:17 )am=x hours

Solution Sage

Hi @Anonymous ,
Can you please share a sample dataset to check this further ?

Regards,

Jaideep

Anonymous
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I did in the problem. do you need the excel file ?