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nicomathers
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Count values in consecutive months until a certain date is met

In Power BI desktop, how to count the rows or values from the start date up to the filled date?

For example, my data is like this:

nicomathers_0-1686087803375.png

I want to create a column chart that would show the count of all open req numbers from Open Date up to the Fill date. So for the table above, the req number should show 1 from 12/1/2021 up to 6/10/2022 and when I select the months beyond the fill date, the number should be 0 since the fill date was met already like the chart below.

nicomathers_1-1686088016895.png

 

I don't have any code or dax formula to share right now cause I haven't done anything yet and I honestly don't know how to start.

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Ritaf1983
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Hi @nicomathers 
You have to create a disconnected date table and measure like :

NEW Recks = calculate(
                                           count(table[req_number]),
                                           Filter (
                                           table,
                                          table[open_Date] <= calculate(max(datetable1[date]) ) &&
                                          table[fill_Date] >= calculate(min(DateTable1[Date]))))
please see a linked discussion for more details:
If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

 

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Ritaf1983
Super User
Super User

Hi @nicomathers 
You have to create a disconnected date table and measure like :

NEW Recks = calculate(
                                           count(table[req_number]),
                                           Filter (
                                           table,
                                          table[open_Date] <= calculate(max(datetable1[date]) ) &&
                                          table[fill_Date] >= calculate(min(DateTable1[Date]))))
please see a linked discussion for more details:
If this post helps, then please consider Accepting it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly

 

This is perfect! Thank you so much for your help.

I'm happy to help 🙂

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