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## Dynamic card based on year slicer

Hi,

I want the dynamic card to read as follows:

Sales year between 2013 and 2016 -- only if a range of consecutive years are selected ex 2013,2014,2015 & 2016.

Sales year for 2012, 2014, 2015 and 2016 --random years

Sale year 2013 --one year

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Regular Visitor

Hi..thank you so much for helping out.

Your code works for the first two scenarios (see original question) but when a single year is chosen the year repeats in the header twice.

I was able to tweek your code a little and it works great thank you so much!

DateRange =
VAR MaxYear =
MAX ( 'Calendar'[Year])
VAR MinYear =
MIN ( 'Calendar'[Year] )
VAR Difference = ( MaxYear - MinYear ) + 1
VAR TotalSelectedValues =
DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Calendar'[Year] )
RETURN
IF(TotalSelectedValues= 1, "Sales Year " & CONCATENATEX (VALUES ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], " " ),
IF (
Difference > TotalSelectedValues,
"Sales Year for " & CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ('Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], ", " ),
IF (
Difference = TotalSelectedValues,
"Sales Year Between " & MinYear & " and " & MaxYear,
IF ( HASONEVALUE ('Calendar'[Year]), SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Calendar'[Year] ) )
)
)
)
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Anonymous
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Hello @rivera11115 ,

You can try out by using the following measure

_Title =
Var YearSeries = SUMX(
SELECTCOLUMNS(
GENERATESERIES(MIN(date[The_Year]),MAX(date[The_Year]),1),
"Series",[Value]
),
[Series]
)
VAR T1 = CONCATENATEX(VALUES(date[The_Year]),date[The_Year],",")
VAR T2 = CONCATENATE(CONCATENATE(MIN(date[The_Year])," and "),MAX(date[The_Year]))
Var SelYears = SUMX(VALUES(date[The_Year]),date[The_Year])

VAR FinalTitle = IF ( YearSeries=SelYears ,CONCATENATE(" between ",T2),CONCATENATE(" for ",T1))
RETURN
CONCATENATE("Sales year",FinalTitle)

Output

If this measures helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Regular Visitor

Hi..thank you so much for helping out.

Your code works for the first two scenarios (see original question) but when a single year is chosen the year repeats in the header twice.

Super User

Please use the following dax measure:

SelectedYearValues =
VAR MaxYear =
MAX ( Dates[Year] )
VAR MinYear =
MIN ( Dates[Year] )
VAR Difference = ( MaxYear - MinYear ) + 1
VAR TotalSelectedValues =
DISTINCTCOUNT ( Dates[Year] )
RETURN
IF (
Difference > TotalSelectedValues,
CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ( Dates[Year] ), Dates[Year], ", " ),
IF (
Difference = TotalSelectedValues,
"Between " & MinYear & " and " & MaxYear,
IF ( HASONEVALUE ( Dates[Year] ), SELECTEDVALUE ( Dates[Year] ) )
)
)

Please let me know if this didn't help.

Regular Visitor

Hi..thank you so much for helping out.

Your code works for the first two scenarios (see original question) but when a single year is chosen the year repeats in the header twice.

I was able to tweek your code a little and it works great thank you so much!

DateRange =
VAR MaxYear =
MAX ( 'Calendar'[Year])
VAR MinYear =
MIN ( 'Calendar'[Year] )
VAR Difference = ( MaxYear - MinYear ) + 1
VAR TotalSelectedValues =
DISTINCTCOUNT ( 'Calendar'[Year] )
RETURN
IF(TotalSelectedValues= 1, "Sales Year " & CONCATENATEX (VALUES ( 'Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], " " ),
IF (
Difference > TotalSelectedValues,
"Sales Year for " & CONCATENATEX ( VALUES ('Calendar'[Year] ), 'Calendar'[Year], ", " ),
IF (
Difference = TotalSelectedValues,
"Sales Year Between " & MinYear & " and " & MaxYear,
IF ( HASONEVALUE ('Calendar'[Year]), SELECTEDVALUE ( 'Calendar'[Year] ) )
)
)
)

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