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Anonymous
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How to aggregate weekly data into monthly

Hello, I have two data sources, one is monthly and the other is weekly. I want to aggregate teh weekly one into monthly. Can anyone help me achieve that. Thanks

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Hi @Anonymous 

Add a calculated column like below to get the first date of each month and change its data type to Date.

StartOfMonth = EOMONTH([Date],-1)+1

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Kindly let me know if this helps.
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mohammedadnant
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

Good day,

 

Try adding a new calcualted column which gives you only Month & Year

MonthYear = Format(column1, "MMM-yyyy")

 

Now you can display the result by Month, hope this helps.

 

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Anonymous
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i just want to aggregate this weekly data into monthly. For instance 1967-01-01 and the aggregate of four week and 1967-02-01 and then the aggregate of its four weeks. 

 

Hi @Anonymous 

Add a calculated column like below to get the first date of each month and change its data type to Date.

StartOfMonth = EOMONTH([Date],-1)+1

021002.jpg

Kindly let me know if this helps.
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richbenmintz
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

Do you have a date table that define a 4-4-5, style calendar? If not then weeks will span months? I guess you can use a date dimension that defines all the sttributes of the date that you need and join that to your fact

 

Make Sense



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