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## Get the latest price of an item based on a calendar table

Hello PBI community,

I've been trying to duplicate a n 'Excel MAXIFS' function in powerbi & I tried some of the responses published in the forum, however, they are not working. Below example shows the "Latest Date" column which I created in excel as MAXIFS(B:B,B2,F2:F10=G2:G10), something like this and now I would like to recreate this inside powerbi.

One of the problems is that the 'CaledarDate' column comes from an only calendar table, they don't share the same table. Can you help with this?

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Hi,

Latest Date = Calculate(
Calculate(max(T[Date 1]),
Filter(T, T[Date 1]=Max(T[Date 1])))
,All(T[Date 1]))

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So this returns just the overall latest date which is today 02-21-2023, when i create a new measure the filters that I have in my data don't get passed. I need to somehow do a 'if the item number = item number' then return 'latest date' which is what I'm struggling with, and this item number is store in it's own table 'Item'[Item Number]. I wanted to see if there is a formula to do MAXIFS(Item:Item, Item, CalendarDate = Latest date)

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