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Ffitzpatrick47
Helper II
Helper II

DAX: Average over data gaps

These are just cumulative sums over some measure

 

calculate(sum[x],filter(all(t[d]),d<max[d]))

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Is there a way to fill in these gaps?

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Eric_Zhang
Microsoft Employee
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@Ffitzpatrick47 wrote:

These are just cumulative sums over some measure

 

calculate(sum[x],filter(all(t[d]),d<max[d]))

image.png

Is there a way to fill in these gaps?


@Ffitzpatrick47

What would you like to fill in the gaps? Please post some sample data and expected output.

Maybe the average of the two points so the line will be continuous.  Numpy has a nanmean function for example that just takes the average of the two adjacent values to make it smooth.  I figured Microsoft bought R, R has a couple functions too that do this too.  Does Microsoft?

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