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## MIN and MAX Date in the MAX year.

Hi

I have a custom calendar table with only one date(last date) per month. And data is available from Jan 2020  till Dec 2022. I need to find the min and max date in the year 2022. Appreciate your input.

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Super User

Hi @Varshi288 ,
Try this type of dax :

``````Min Value = = CALCULATE(MIN(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])=2022)
Min Value = = CALCULATE(MAX(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])=2022)

OR

Min Value = = CALCULATE(MIN(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])= MAX(YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear]))
Min Value = = CALCULATE(MAX(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])= MAX(YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear]))``````

Thanks ,
Pratyasha Samal
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Super User

Hi @Varshi288 ,
Try this type of dax :

``````Min Value = = CALCULATE(MIN(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])=2022)
Min Value = = CALCULATE(MAX(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])=2022)

OR

Min Value = = CALCULATE(MIN(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])= MAX(YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear]))
Min Value = = CALCULATE(MAX(DateTime[CalendarYear]), FILTER(DateTime,YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear])= MAX(YEAR( DateTime[CalendarYear]))``````

Thanks ,
Pratyasha Samal
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