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Anonymous
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Quick measure rolling average shows future dates

How can I do to disappear with the months highlighted as shown below?

I don't need the future dates (oct to dec 2020).

 

avg_time.PNG

 

 

My DAX for the one measure used in this axis:

 

Count of events 6 MO =
IF(
    ISFILTERED('tb_aog'[INICIO]),
    ERROR("Time intelligence quick measures can only be grouped or filtered by the Power BI-provided date hierarchy or primary date column."),
    VAR __LAST_DATE = ENDOFMONTH('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date])
    VAR __DATE_PERIOD =
        DATESBETWEEN(
            'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date],
            STARTOFMONTH(DATEADD(__LAST_DATE, -5, MONTH)),
            ENDOFMONTH(DATEADD(__LAST_DATE, 0, MONTH))
        )
    RETURN
IF (
YEAR ( __LAST_DATE ) IN ALLSELECTED ( tb_aog[INICIO].[Year] ),
        AVERAGEX(
            CALCULATETABLE(
                SUMMARIZE(
                    VALUES('tb_aog'),
                    'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Year],
                    'tb_aog'[INICIO].[QuarterNo],
                    'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Quarter],
                    'tb_aog'[INICIO].[MonthNo],
                    'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Month]
                ),
                __DATE_PERIOD
            ),
            CALCULATE([Count of events], ALL('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Day]))
        )
))

 

 

 

 

Thanks in advance.

Marcos

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@Anonymous - Use MIN instead of MAX


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@Anonymous , another way out is

if( max('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date]) >= Eomonth(today()-1) , blank(),

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Anonymous
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Great!! Thank you @amitchandak and @Greg_Deckler for your attention on this matter. Super helpful!!

Have you guys a great day!

Anonymous
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Great!! Saved my day!! Fixed

@Anonymous , another way out is

if( max('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date]) >= Eomonth(today()-1) , blank(),

Anonymous
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Perfect, but Sep 2020 disappeared.

 

avg.PNG

 

 

@Anonymous - Use MIN instead of MAX


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amitchandak
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@Anonymous , Assuming 'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date] is used on axis. else use the date on axis

Try

 

Count of events 6 MO =
if( max('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date]) >= today(), blank(),
IF(
ISFILTERED('tb_aog'[INICIO]),
ERROR("Time intelligence quick measures can only be grouped or filtered by the Power BI-provided date hierarchy or primary date column."),
VAR __LAST_DATE = ENDOFMONTH('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date])
VAR __DATE_PERIOD =
DATESBETWEEN(
'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Date],
STARTOFMONTH(DATEADD(__LAST_DATE, -5, MONTH)),
ENDOFMONTH(DATEADD(__LAST_DATE, 0, MONTH))
)
RETURN
IF (
YEAR ( __LAST_DATE ) IN ALLSELECTED ( tb_aog[INICIO].[Year] ),
AVERAGEX(
CALCULATETABLE(
SUMMARIZE(
VALUES('tb_aog'),
'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Year],
'tb_aog'[INICIO].[QuarterNo],
'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Quarter],
'tb_aog'[INICIO].[MonthNo],
'tb_aog'[INICIO].[Month]
),
__DATE_PERIOD
),
CALCULATE([Count of events], ALL('tb_aog'[INICIO].[Day]))
)
)) )

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