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Dynamic Table based on date slicer value

I want to create a calculated table based on the value from a date slicer.

E.g. Master table has item wise daily sales (Date,ItemCode,Stock)

There is a date slicer (between) to select the period to show the daily item wise Stock on a graph. MaxSelectedDate is a measure which gets the last date of the slicer.

I want to create a calculated table with data only for the MaxSelectedDate item wise and it should change based on the slider movement. I cant just sum up the stock and show the value. Iwant to show the stock for the selected maxDate.

Is is possoble?

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Community Support

Values in a calculated table are fixed. But you may create measures as follows. It takes advantage of Show Categories With No Data.

```MaxSelectedDate =
CALCULATE ( MAX ( Table1[Date] ), ALLSELECTED ( Table1 ) )
```
```Measure =
VAR d =
MAX ( Table1[Date] )
RETURN
IF ( d = [MaxSelectedDate], SUM ( Table1[Stock] ) )
```
Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Helper V
```Measure =
VAR d =
MAX ( Table1[Date] )
RETURN
IF ( d = [MaxSelectedDate], SUM ( Table1[Stock] ) )```

Hi is there anyway i can sneak in a group by in the above. So i can get the values item wise.

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Community Support Team _ Sam Zha
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Resident Rockstar

I think the calculated table will not be dynamic.

refer here, It might be helpful for you

https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Creating-a-dynamic-summarized-table-or-calculated-table/td-...

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