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Anonymous
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Last unit price

Hello all
I'm trying to demonstrate the last cost price of a product on my sales table.
I've add a column with this :

Latest UP =
CALCULATE(
SUM('Shops Products'[Un Price]),
FILTER('Shops Products','Shops Products'[Date]
= CALCULATE(
MAX('Shops Products'[Date]),
FILTER('Shops Products', 'Shops Products'[Product#] = EARLIER('Shops Products'[Product#]))
)
&& 'Shops Products'[Product#] = EARLIER('Shops Products'[Product#])
))

The weird part is that it doesn always work...
Any ideas, please?
Thanks in advance
Pedro
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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

If you are looking as a measure

 

Measure = 
VAR __id = MAX ( 'Shops Products'[Product#] )
VAR __date = CALCULATE ( MAX( 'Shops Products'[date] ), ALLSELECTED ( 'Shops Products' ),  'Shops Products'[Product#] = __id ) 
RETURN CALCULATE ( MAX ( 'Shops Products'[Un Price] ), VALUES ( 'Shops Products'[Product#] ), 'Shops Products'[Product#] = __id, 'Shops Products'[date] = __date )

 

As column

Max Date = maxx(filter('Shops Products','Shops Products'[Product#] =earlier('Shops Products'[Product#])),'Shops Products'[Date])
Max Price = maxx(filter('Shops Products','Shops Products'[Product#] =earlier('Shops Products'[Product#]) && 'Shops Products'[Date#] =earlier('Shops Products'[Max Date ])),'Shops Products'[Un Price])

 

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

If you are looking as a measure

 

Measure = 
VAR __id = MAX ( 'Shops Products'[Product#] )
VAR __date = CALCULATE ( MAX( 'Shops Products'[date] ), ALLSELECTED ( 'Shops Products' ),  'Shops Products'[Product#] = __id ) 
RETURN CALCULATE ( MAX ( 'Shops Products'[Un Price] ), VALUES ( 'Shops Products'[Product#] ), 'Shops Products'[Product#] = __id, 'Shops Products'[date] = __date )

 

As column

Max Date = maxx(filter('Shops Products','Shops Products'[Product#] =earlier('Shops Products'[Product#])),'Shops Products'[Date])
Max Price = maxx(filter('Shops Products','Shops Products'[Product#] =earlier('Shops Products'[Product#]) && 'Shops Products'[Date#] =earlier('Shops Products'[Max Date ])),'Shops Products'[Un Price])

 

Hi @amitchandak , how should the measure be written when I have several years of data in my table and I want to calculate the last unit price from the different years? Last unit price in 2022, last unit price in 2023 and so on... 

Hi @amitchandak and @FrankAT  , i have this issue. can you help me? 

 

I got a table named Product Price that has 
Product ID        Date                 Price

1                  01/01/2020      20
1                  02/01/2020      21
2                  02/01/2020      2
2                  03/01/2020      3

and in other table i need a calculated column that brings me the last price of the product.

Product Id    Last Price

1                  21
2                   3

I've seen other that worked but using a measure, i need the column. Thanks!  

Anonymous
Not applicable

Cool!! Thank you so much!!

FrankAT
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hi @Anonymous ,

if you use a calculated column it will only be calculated after time of creation and when you refresh the report, until than it stays, it's not dynamically.

 

Regards FrankAT

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