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Helper I

## Count consecutive positives and negatives

I have measures (not columns) that total sales for the last 7 days, the 7 days before that, the 7 days before that (3 weeks prior) and the 7 days before that (4 weeks prior).

I need a count of whether weekly consecutive sales were up or down (total num weeks up and total Num weeks down will be measures in my table visual).

Also, this data is by customer in my table visual.
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Community Support

Hi @Jansco ,

You can consider to use 'weeknum' and 'year' as group to summary your records, then you can compare the difference between current week and previous week.

```Diff =
VAR currDate =
MAX ( Calendar[Date] )
VAR prevDate =
DATE ( YEAR ( currDate ), MONTH ( currDate ), DAY ( curDate ) - 7 )
VAR curWeek =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( Table[Sales] ),
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( Table ),
YEAR ( [Date] ) = YEAR ( currDate )
&& WEEKNUM ( [Date], 1 ) = WEEKNUM ( currDate, 1 )
)
)
VAR preWeek =
CALCULATE (
SUM ( Table[Sales] ),
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( Table ),
YEAR ( [Date] ) = YEAR ( prevDate )
&& WEEKNUM ( [Date], 1 ) = WEEKNUM ( prevDate, 1 )
)
)
RETURN
curWeek - preWeek
```

If above no help, please provide some sample data and expected result for test.

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Helper I

My measures are set up like this:

SalesLast7 =calculate(sum(‘SalesTable’[Sales]),
(Datesinperiod(date[date], selevtedvslue (date[date])-1,-7,day)

SalesTwoWeeksPrior =
=calculate(sum(‘SalesTable’[Sales]),
(Datesinperiod(date[date], selevtedvslue (date[date])-8,-7,day)

I discovered a formula like the one below will work, but it takes FOREVER. Is there a faster way?

Num Consec Ups 60 Days =

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Community Support

Hi @Jansco ,

If you can please share a sample pbix file for test, it is hard to modify dax formula without any detail sample data.

Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
If this post helps, please consider accept as solution to help other members find it more quickly.

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