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## Flag for Last Value in a Set of Values

Hi All,

Hopefully this is a relatively easy ask, though for whatever reason I haven't been able to find a solution that meets my needs. I have some transportation data I'm working with, but the system feeding the data into my data model does not indicate which stop is the last stop on the shipment. What I need is some sort of indicator that stop X is the last stop for a given shipment; in the example below stop 5 is the last stop for shipment 200001.

 Shipment_ID Stop_Number Planned_Arrival Planned_Departure Actual_Arrival Actual_Departure 200001 1 7/26/22 9:00 7/26/22 9:00 7/26/22 9:00 7/26/22 9:05 200001 2 7/26/22 9:30 7/26/22 9:40 7/26/22 9:30 7/26/22 9:40 200001 3 7/26/22 10:00 7/26/22 10:10 7/26/22 10:00 7/26/22 10:05 200001 4 7/26/22 10:30 7/26/22 10:35 7/26/22 10:35 7/26/22 10:40 200001 5 7/26/22 10:45 7/26/22 11:00 7/26/22 11:00

Ultimately I'm trying to build a report to help identify how often the various freight carriers we use are not supplying the Actual_Departure date/time for the last stop on a shipment, but without some sort of identifier of which stop is the last stop (shipments can have a minimum of 2 or a max of 20 stops) I'm not sure how to even begin filtering for the correct calculation.

If there's a better way to do this without "flagging" the last stop per shipment, I'm open to it! Any help is appreciated!

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Super User

You can check if the stop number in the current row equals the maximal stop number for that specific shipment.

For example, something like this as a new calculated column:

``````IsLastStop =
Table1[Stop_Number]
= CALCULATE (
MAX ( Table1[Stop_Number] ),
ALLEXCEPT ( Table1, Table1[Shipment_ID] )
)``````

Super User

You can check if the stop number in the current row equals the maximal stop number for that specific shipment.

For example, something like this as a new calculated column:

``````IsLastStop =
Table1[Stop_Number]
= CALCULATE (
MAX ( Table1[Stop_Number] ),
ALLEXCEPT ( Table1, Table1[Shipment_ID] )
)``````

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