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PriscaSalve
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year function

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when I apply the data type in text it show current size and when i apply data type in year its show this result kindly help 

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Hi @PriscaSalve,

Can you just make sure if you have created a Relationship between Year column of "STARTUP FILE" table and Year column of "Table 2"? 

Please refer to the below screenshot for sample reference,

SamInogic_1-1675916762361.png


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PriscaSalve
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THANKS FOR THE SOLUTION I HAVE APPLIED ON IT BUT WHEN I APPLY ON CHART IT THERE A DIFFRENCE IN THE GRAPH.Screenshot (6).pngScreenshot (5).png

Hi @PriscaSalve,

Can you just make sure if you have created a Relationship between Year column of "STARTUP FILE" table and Year column of "Table 2"? 

Please refer to the below screenshot for sample reference,

SamInogic_1-1675916762361.png


Thanks!

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Aburar_123
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Hi @PriscaSalve ,

I am getting the year value in numeric. below is my dax

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FreemanZ
Community Champion
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hi @PriscaSalve 

the result of YEAR() is by default set as Whole Number. Do not change the type to Text, it seems OK, but you might need to calculate on year or at least compare them. If you change the type to Date, it takes the year number as a serial number starting from 1899-12-31, which is wrong.

AilleryO
Super User
Super User

Hi,

Or just simply create a column with format function :


Year = FORMAT( [YourDateColumn] , "yyyy" )

Hope it helps

 

PS : When you see your comumn as date type, it's normal you see 8 july 1905,
because it is 2014 days after the 1st january 1900.
Dates can be shown as serial numbers counting from 31/12/1899.

SamInogic
Solution Supplier
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Hi @PriscaSalve,

You can try below expression for the table as this creates a Year column as Whole Number by default,

Table = ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(DATE(2016,1,1), DATE(YEAR(TODAY()) + 5, Month(TODAY()), DAY(TODAY()))), "Year", YEAR([Date]))

 

Please refer to the below screenshot.

SamInogic_0-1675848700188.png

If this answer helps, please mark it as Accepted Solution so it would help others to find the solution.


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