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## Power bi dates diff conditional count

I am new to power bi and i need to count the number of times that a employee has the same issue code in less than 50 days.

Employee | Code | Date

01 | 101 | mm/dd/yyyy

02 | 101 | mm/dd/yyyy

03 | 101 | mm/dd/yyyy

02 | 101 | mm/dd/yyyy

01 | 100 | mm/dd/yyyy

03 | 101 | mm/dd/yyyy

03 | 102 | mm/dd/yyyy

I tried to get the days using datediff but im not so sure how to implement the conditionals to count that.

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Community Support

Hi, @Compacted

As you said, if your data sets are less than 50 days, you can count directly.

1. Calculated column

``````Count =
CALCULATE (
COUNT ( 'Table'[ Code ] ),
FILTER (
'Table',
'Table'[Employee ] = EARLIER ( 'Table'[Employee ] )
&& 'Table'[ Code ] = EARLIER ( 'Table'[ Code ] )
)
)
``````

2. Measure

``````Measure =
CALCULATE (
COUNT ( 'Table'[ Code ] ),
FILTER (
ALL ( 'Table' ),
'Table'[Employee ] = MAX ( 'Table'[Employee ] )
&& 'Table'[ Code ] = MAX ( 'Table'[ Code ] )
)
)
``````

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Charlotte

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Community Support

Hi, @Compacted

As you said, if your data sets are less than 50 days, you can count directly.

1. Calculated column

``````Count =
CALCULATE (
COUNT ( 'Table'[ Code ] ),
FILTER (
'Table',
'Table'[Employee ] = EARLIER ( 'Table'[Employee ] )
&& 'Table'[ Code ] = EARLIER ( 'Table'[ Code ] )
)
)
``````

2. Measure

``````Measure =
CALCULATE (
COUNT ( 'Table'[ Code ] ),
FILTER (
ALL ( 'Table' ),
'Table'[Employee ] = MAX ( 'Table'[Employee ] )
&& 'Table'[ Code ] = MAX ( 'Table'[ Code ] )
)
)
``````

Best Regards,

Community Support Team _Charlotte

If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Super User

@Compacted Assuming you put Employee and Code into a table visual you could use this measure:

``````Measure =
VAR __Employee = MAX('Table'[Employee])
VAR __Code = MAX('Table'[Code])
VAR __LastDate = MAX('Table'[Date])
VAR __MinDate = __LastDate - 50
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Table',[Date]>=__LastDate))``````

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Hey thanks for the help, i've tried using the solution above but it keeps returning ones in every row, and in the end the total is just the number of rows. There are 10 cases that are less than 50 days in the dataset that i am using so i was expecting to see something similar as the count result.

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