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## DIFFERENCE OF DAYS WITH NETWORKDAYS EXCLUDING DUPLICATE VALUES

NEEHola, guys

I am trying to calculate the difference of days between the two dates with Networkdays, however what I am looking for is by means of a formula to calculate the difference excluding the repeated values in column #Guia, that is to say that the last rows of the table should only take me 1 since the rest is repeated as a result of the same case.

 # Guide Start Day Closing Day 000400006025 13/4/2023 5/5/2023 000400006037 18/4/2023 3/5/2023 000400006048 21/4/2023 5/5/2023 000400006051 21/4/2023 3/5/2023 000400006057 24/4/2023 8/5/2023 000400006064 24/4/2023 3/5/2023 000400006066 26/4/2023 10/5/2023 000400006067 26/4/2023 5/5/2023 000400006068 26/4/2023 9/5/2023 000400006069 26/4/2023 16/5/2023 000400006070 26/4/2023 16/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023 000400006082 26/4/2023 15/5/2023
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Now if I could solve you gave me an idea the formula is like this:

Days of attention test =
AVERAGEX(
SUMMARIZE(Claims;Claims[Notice];Claims[Claim Start Date];Claims[Claim Closing Date]);
NETWORKDAYS(Claims[Claim Start Date];Claims[Claim Closing Date]))
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Now if I could solve you gave me an idea the formula is like this:

Days of attention test =
AVERAGEX(
SUMMARIZE(Claims;Claims[Notice];Claims[Claim Start Date];Claims[Claim Closing Date]);
NETWORKDAYS(Claims[Claim Start Date];Claims[Claim Closing Date]))

It does not work xq what you are summarizing is the dates and not considering the # of Guia, what I should do is summarize the repeated guides and calculate on the dates that remain.

Super User

@Syndicate_Admin , Try a measure like

Sumx(summarize(Table, Table[# Guide], Table[Start Day], Table[Closing Day]), networkdays(Table[Start Day], Table[Closing Day], 1))

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