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Power BI Matrix with Dual Date axes

I am trying to put together a client launch rate percentage matrix to showcase the number of clients that have been launched within a given timeframe.


For now, I am working with Months and Years as the timeframes (i.e. January 2023, February 2023, etc.)

I have columns for Created Date (when the account was created), Launch Date (when the account went live), an ID column to identify clients as well as a column that indicates whether or not the Client has launched (Either a "Yes" or "No" value).


I want to create a matrix that will calculate the Percentage of clients that launched within a given month.


For example, if 50% of clients that were created in Jan. 2023 launched in Jan. 2023, the corresponding cell in the matrix would show 50%. If 25% of clients that were created in Jan. 2023 launched in Feb. 2023, the corresponding cell in the matrix would show 25%. This would then repeat for each month in the matrix.


Here is a rough idea of what I am looking for. Any ideas on how to get this working?



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Super User

Are Launch Date and Created date coming from separate tables?

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