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Sergun70
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Reaalocation of overlaping amounts in time with DAX?

I'm finding the solution to reallocate amounts in time to smooth maximum sums. Is it possible to do this with DAX?

 

My data:

 

 StartEndAmount
Project 120182020321
Project 220192021141
Project 32018202030
Project 420192022220
Total  712

 

I equally allocated amounts like this

 

 StartEnd20182019202020212022Total
Project 120182020107107107  321
Project 220192021 474747 141
Project 320182020101010  30
Project 420192022 55555555220
Total  11721921910255712

 

Is it any solution to reallocate to nearly this

 

 StartEnd20182019202020212022Total
Project 12018202013511373  321
Project 220192021 183093 141
Project 32018202081111  30
Project 420192022 12950140220
Total  143143143143140712

 

 

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v-shex-msft
Community Support
Community Support

HI @Sergun70,

 

You can refer to below formula to create a new calculated table with expand year ranges, then use this table to create matrix to achieve your requirement.

 

Expand Table = 
SELECTCOLUMNS (
    FILTER (
        CROSSJOIN (
            'Sample',
            GENERATESERIES ( MIN ( 'Sample'[Start] ), MAX ( 'Sample'[End] ), 1 )
        ),
        [Value] >= [Start]
            && [Value] <= [End]
    ),
    "Project", [Project],
    "Start", [Start],
    "End", [End],
    "Amount", [Amount] / ( [End] - [Start] + 1 ),
    "Range", [Value]
)

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Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Thanx Xiaoxin Sheng,

 

I've already managed to equally allocate amounts in time with dax formula.

I can't reallocate my data to smoth overlapping intervals as in my second table.

Is there any solution or algotithm to solve this?

 

 

Hi @Sergun70,

 

>>I can't reallocate my data to smoth overlapping intervals as in my second table.

Is there any offset or increase percent to change divided values? I need a additional column with percent or other similar offset values to achieve snapshot 3.

 

Regards,
Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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