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Brighton10
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Helper II

Return value based on latest date

Hello,

 

I have a table that has the following columns (attached) and i would like to calculate/return only the latest status, in this example 37. This is just a subset of the entire dataset which consists of different countries and items. I have tried using the lastdate, max functions but I cant seem to work out the logic. 

 

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Hi @Brighton10 ,

 

You can use a dax as follows:

StatusInLast24Hours = 
var t1 = SELECTEDVALUES(tablename[datetime])

var t2 = t1 - 1

RETURN

CALCULATE(MAX(tablename[status]), tablename[dateTime] <= t1 && tablename[dateTime] > t2)

 

Thanks,

Pragati

 

Best Regards,

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Tahreem24
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@Brighton10 ,

Try the below Measure by considering Datetime Column has a proper datetime format.

Measure  = CALCULATE(SUM(Sheet10[Status]),FILTER(Sheet10,Sheet10[Date]=MAX(Sheet10[Date])))
 
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Pragati11
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Hi @Brighton10 ,

 

You can write the following DAX measure:

RecentStatus = 
var t1 = MAX(tablename[dateTime])

RETURN

CALCULATE(MAX(tablename[status]), tablename[dateTime] = t1)

 

thanks,

Pragati

Best Regards,

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Thanks @Pragati11 , Your solution works perfectly. Just a follow up question. If i want the datetime to filter from the previous 24hrs. How can i implement that?

Hi @Brighton10 ,

 

You can use a dax as follows:

StatusInLast24Hours = 
var t1 = SELECTEDVALUES(tablename[datetime])

var t2 = t1 - 1

RETURN

CALCULATE(MAX(tablename[status]), tablename[dateTime] <= t1 && tablename[dateTime] > t2)

 

Thanks,

Pragati

 

Best Regards,

Pragati Jain


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amitchandak
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@Brighton10 , Try a measure like

lastnonblankvalue(Table[datetime], max(Table[Status]))

 

calculate(lastnonblankvalue(Table[datetime], max(Table[Status])), all(Table))

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