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pcda
Helper I
Helper I

Calculating Difference of Dates and KPI visual of % in time

Hi everyone! I'm having a bit of a problem displaying a visual of a percentage of on-time deliveries. I have 2 columns: Estimated Delivery Date and Real Delivery Date. If Real Delivery Late < Estimated Delivery Date, then the delivery was done on time. 

Then, the total deliveries in time divided by total deliveries should be equal to the % of On-Time Deliveries and I should be able to place that in a Card visual. 

 

I tried using a meassure with DATEDIFF and then another one with an IF, but it is not counting as I expect it to. Anyone knows a workaround for this? 

 

The table looks like this: 

Estimated DeliveryReal Delivery
10/08/202207/08/2022
11/08/202210/02/2022
12/08/202225/10/2022
13/08/202231/07/2022
14/08/202228/08/2022
15/08/202215/08/2022
16/08/202216/09/2022

 

For this example, the visual should display "43%". 

 

Thank you very much!

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parry2k
Super User
Super User

@pcda this is what I will do, first add a column to flag if delivery is on time or late and then add a measure to show in the visual

 

Delivery Status Column = 
IF ( Table[Real Delivery Date] < Table[Estimate Delivery Date], "OnTime", "Late" )

Count Measure = COUNTROWS ( Table )

On Time % Measure = 
DIVIDE ( 
    CALCULATE ( [Count Measure], Table[Delivery Status Column] = "OnTime" ),
    CALCULATE ( [Count Measure], ALL () )
)

 

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pcda
Helper I
Helper I

Thank you @parry2k ! Worked like a charm

parry2k
Super User
Super User

@pcda this is what I will do, first add a column to flag if delivery is on time or late and then add a measure to show in the visual

 

Delivery Status Column = 
IF ( Table[Real Delivery Date] < Table[Estimate Delivery Date], "OnTime", "Late" )

Count Measure = COUNTROWS ( Table )

On Time % Measure = 
DIVIDE ( 
    CALCULATE ( [Count Measure], Table[Delivery Status Column] = "OnTime" ),
    CALCULATE ( [Count Measure], ALL () )
)

 

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I would  Kudos if my solution helped. 👉 If you can spend time posting the question, you can also make effort to give Kudos to whoever helped to solve your problem. It is a token of appreciation!

 

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