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ania_roh
Helper III
Helper III

need help with dax formule

Hi,

I´m trying to calculate the last value of every ID KPI (with a measure), as I showed it in the picture:

ania_roh_0-1606476086937.png

I mean, the last  value is the value of the previos date, for every ID KPI, so I try to have that result:

ania_roh_1-1606476706646.png

 

¿ How can I do this? 

I tried to do that searching firstly the max of the date and then trying to find the max of other dates: 

= maxx (filter ('Medición KPIS', 'Medición KPIS'[Date] <> max ('Medición KPIS'[Date])), 'Medición KPIS'[Date])

But it didn´t work.

Is other way to do that?

Thank you a lot.

 

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@ania_roh , Create a new column like

new column =
var _max = maxx(filter(Table, [date]<earlier([Date]) && [ID KPI] =earlier([ID KPI])),[Date])
return
maxx(filter(Table, [date] =_max && [ID KPI] =earlier([ID KPI])),[value])

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ania_roh
Helper III
Helper III

Sorry @amitachandak I put it wrong, it was my mistake. I really appreciate your help, thank you a lot. It really works! 

I put it as a solution.

 

Anonymous
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@ania_roh  you can use this function .

last month sales = calculate(sum(financials[ Sales]),PREVIOUSDAY(financials[Date]))
in my case i am having monthly data so i am using previous month function . but you can use previousday.
Last month.JPG
Kindly mark it as  solution if it solved your problem .

@Anonymous  thank you for your reply but the period is diffent, it is sometimes three month, sometimes 6 month, it depends on KPI and of what day people put the date into excel, so it doesn´t work in this case, because it is variable always. 

 

amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@ania_roh , Create a new column like

new column =
var _max = maxx(filter(Table, [date]<earlier([Date]) && [ID KPI] =earlier([ID KPI])),[Date])
return
maxx(filter(Table, [date] =_max && [ID KPI] =earlier([ID KPI])),[value])

@amitchandak could you please repeat the part after return...

I have a error in that part, but I don´t know why.

Thank you a lot. 

 

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