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Anonymous
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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...

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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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ERD
Super User
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

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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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colacan
Resolver II
Resolver II

@Anonymous  Hi sahwal,

Let's say your table is as below,

DateTime_POLine_idSKU
2021-01-0112341170448
2021-01-0212341170448
2021-01-0312341170448
2021-01-0412341170448
2021-01-0512341180111
2021-01-0612341180111
2021-01-0712341180111
2021-01-0812341200100
2021-01-0912341300100

 

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"
 
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I hope this helps you.

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Thanks!

Anonymous
Not applicable

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 

jaideepnema
Solution Sage
Solution Sage

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

 

Regards,

Jaideep

Anonymous
Not applicable

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

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