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## How to find next date using measure

Greetings,

I have following table. i would like to find next date of current date using measure .

I am calculate it using adding new column to table but i don't know how to calculate using mesure

in above figure i have nextdate which is new added column  .but i want same output using measure

nextdate =
var currentdate = stock[date]
return
MINX(FILTER(stock,stock[date]>currentdate),stock[date])

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Ok @Dangar332
You can use the offset function:

next date offset =
CALCULATE(min('yortable'[Date]),OFFSET(+1,ALLSELECTED('yourtable'[Date]),ORDERBY('yourtable'[Date],ASC)))

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Ok @Dangar332
You can use the offset function:

next date offset =
CALCULATE(min('yortable'[Date]),OFFSET(+1,ALLSELECTED('yourtable'[Date]),ORDERBY('yourtable'[Date],ASC)))

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Super User

Thank you for guidance

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Super User

Hi @Dangar332
There are many methods to achieve this goal.

If you have a calendar table, you can use the generic Dax function nextday:
https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/dax/nextday-function-dax

If not something like that :

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i have different condition

let's consider below table

 date 2/17/2023 2/25/2023 7/18/2023 8/9/2023 9/27/2023

let current date is 2/17/2023 then next date is 2/25/2023

let current date is 7/18/2023 then next date is 8/9/2023

let current date is 8/8/2023 then next date is 9/27/2023

these  same result done by adding new column but i want in new measure instead of new column

nextdate =
var currentdate = stock[date]
return
MINX(FILTER(stock,stock[date]>currentdate),stock[date])   ----- these give me result as i want but i have to calculate in column but  i want in measure.

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