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Anonymous
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Filter three values according to three different dates

Hello,

 

Is it possible to get sum of three measures where the three measures are affected by three different date ranges?

I need Data = Measure1 + Measure2 + Measure3

Measure1 is affected by date range A, Measure2 is affected by date range B and Measure3 is affected by date range C.

 

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Right, sample data explains everything. So what you want is:

 

I need Data = 
CALCULATE([Measure1],ALLEXCEPT('Table'[Date1])) + 
  CALCULATE([Measure2],ALLEXCEPT('Table'[Date2])) + 
    CALCULATE([Measure3],ALLEXCEPT('Table'[Date3]))

 

 


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parry2k
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@Anonymous not sure how your data model looks like, if you already correctly calculated your base 3 measure then new measure can be just sum of these three, something like this

 

New measure = [Measure 1] + [Measure 2] + [Measure 3]

 

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Sum CompletedDate 1Date2Date3
101/02/2020  
202/02/2020  
303/02/202005/02/2020 
404/02/202006/02/2020 
505/02/202007/02/2020 
606/02/202008/02/2020 
707/02/202009/02/2020 
808/02/202010/02/202010/02/2020
909/02/202011/02/202011/02/2020
1010/02/202012/02/202012/02/2020
1111/02/202013/02/202013/02/2020
1212/02/202014/02/202014/02/2020
1313/02/202015/02/202015/02/2020
1414/02/202016/02/202016/02/2020

 

Measure1, measure2 and measure3 are going to be sum of sum completed. If we adjust date slicer date1 from 01/02/2020 to 04/02/2020, date2 from 05/02/2020 to 09/02/2020 and date3 from 10/02/2020 to 16/02/2020 for measure1, measure2 and measure3 respectively, I want the sum of the measures to be for measure1 with date1 range, measure2 with date2 range and measure3 with date3 range.

 

Greg_Deckler
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Really, really hard to tell. Would need to see the formulas of the measures. Sample data would b great. Please see this post regarding How to Get Your Question Answered Quickly: https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Community-Blog/How-to-Get-Your-Question-Answered-Quickly/ba-p/38490

 


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@Greg_Deckler 

Sum CompletedDate 1Date2Date3
101/02/2020  
202/02/2020  
303/02/202005/02/2020 
404/02/202006/02/2020 
505/02/202007/02/2020 
606/02/202008/02/2020 
707/02/202009/02/2020 
808/02/202010/02/202010/02/2020
909/02/202011/02/202011/02/2020
1010/02/202012/02/202012/02/2020
1111/02/202013/02/202013/02/2020
1212/02/202014/02/202014/02/2020
1313/02/202015/02/202015/02/2020
1414/02/202016/02/202016/02/2020

 

Measure1, measure2 and measure3 are going to be sum of sum completed. If we adjust date slicer date1 from 01/02/2020 to 04/02/2020, date2 from 05/02/2020 to 09/02/2020 and date3 from 10/02/2020 to 16/02/2020 for measure1, measure2 and measure3 respectively, I want the sum of the measures to be for measure1 with date1 range, measure2 with date2 range and measure3 with date3 range.

 

Right, sample data explains everything. So what you want is:

 

I need Data = 
CALCULATE([Measure1],ALLEXCEPT('Table'[Date1])) + 
  CALCULATE([Measure2],ALLEXCEPT('Table'[Date2])) + 
    CALCULATE([Measure3],ALLEXCEPT('Table'[Date3]))

 

 


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