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JustinDoh1
Post Prodigy
Post Prodigy

Trying to understand the outcome from my DAX code using Min & Max (especially for character)

I am sharing my Pbix file here.

 

I am trying to understand the logic here:

I got the final value as 0, and I am trying to understand how I got it.

If you look at the bottom formula, basically if the second argument meets the criteria, the outcome is 0

 

JustinDoh1_0-1629241574835.png

 

This is data:

JustinDoh1_2-1629238607536.png

 

How do I get the 0 when:

 

min(Step) = 1     && 

min(Consent) is not "Refused"  &&

min(ConsentDate) is not blank

 

or 

 

max(Step) = 2     && 

max(Consent) is not "Refused"  &&

max(ConsentDate) is not blank

 

Null is considered blank, correct? no?

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@JustinDoh1 , first one is new column I am creating in temp table, Second I am using that column

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@JustinDoh1 , Try like

 

Refused 0817 = 
     Sumx (SUMMARIZE( Table1, Table1[Consent], Table1[ConsentDate],"_1",  
                            CALCULATE( DISTINCTCOUNT( Table1[ClientID] ),
                            ( 
                                
                                Table1[Consent] = "Refused"  &&
                                Table1[step] = 1 // && 
                                //vImmunization < vConsent
                                )               
                            ))
                            , [_1]) 

@amitchandak Thanks for your help. I am trying to understand the code.  What do "_1" and [_1] do?

@JustinDoh1 , first one is new column I am creating in temp table, Second I am using that column

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