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Anonymous
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Begginer question: Basic calculation formula

Hello, I'm stuck since 2 hours on something very basic and I really have no idea on how to do.

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I have 8000 transactions like this and I need to calculate the "Amount Of Days that have transactions" that I would put in this table (in the blue) to have it for each products.

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I was at first thinking to use Count and Distinctcount to find the solution but it wasn't the results expected. I'm maybe missing something very easy, but I currently don't see it...

Do you have a tips on how I could do please?

(Picture of the final results expected)

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Thank you very much !!

Henri Dethoor

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vishalgupta29
Frequent Visitor

Hi @Anonymous 

 

I got the solution for you problem. You can drag date column from receipt table. I have attached screenshot below for your reference.

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Please mark this as solution if it works.

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vishalgupta29
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

I got the solution for you problem. You can drag date column from receipt table. I have attached screenshot below for your reference.

vishalgupta29_0-1645283894096.png

Please mark this as solution if it works.

Anonymous
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Thank you, I feel very stupid, I think I focused too much on "Day" and not the full date. I'll try to understand why I did this mistake now !

Thank you!!!

sarathkankanala
New Member

day count = calculate(DISTINCTCOUNT(Orders[Order Date])) 
in your case its transaction date
when you drag that measure to the matrix table it will gives catogery wise count of days.
 
Anonymous
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Hello! I've already tried this possibilty and as you can see in the screenshot I just get 31 everywhere. While my results should be: 87,85,88... Thank you for trying

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Anonymous
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Hello, thank you for your answers! I tried to look for my DAX code but I didn't find how I should do (I'll make some research for my next topics about how I need to do). For the moment you can find my data in this link. You don't need to mind about all of them: Only the page "Task 2PTS" and "Tooltip3" + the tables Blaknes / Employee / Products / Receipt can be used.

 

I tried your solution with Countx but it didn't made the solution I expected sorry. I tried with different values also!

Thank you everyone.

 

https://wetransfer.com/downloads/7ef429368892372619e0a2bea4d5482320220219125527/a70e753875fcc8b77f8f...

vishalgupta29
Frequent Visitor

Hi @Anonymous 

 

you can use countx funtion to calculate the number of days as mentioned below.

 

=countx(values(product),count(product))

 

you can share the pbix file or you dax formula if this not helps.

 

Please mark this as solution if this helps you.

DavisBI
Solution Specialist
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@Anonymous  Hi. Could share your DAX code?

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