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## Time Column Calculation Percentage

I have a table called Procurement_Main_Data and want to create a column that will put a yes  if the Delivered Duration is 10% greater than the Planned Duration otherwise say No

The fields Delivered Duration and Planned Duration are Short Time fields

Please can someone help

Many thanks

@Ahmedx

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Super User

because you write the measure incorrectly.
this is how you should write it:

``````10% Over =
if([Variance %]>0.1,"Yes","No``````
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Super User

``````10% Over =
VAR _limit = MINUTE([Planned Duration])*(1+0.1)
VAR _Results = if(MINUTE([Delivered Duration])>_limit,"YES","NO")
RETURN
_Results

10% Under =
VAR _limit = MINUTE([Planned Duration])*(1-0.1)
VAR _Results = if(MINUTE([Delivered Duration])<_limit,"YES","NO")
RETURN
_Results
------------
OR
10% Over =
VAR _limit = MINUTE([Planned Duration])*1.1
VAR _Results = if(MINUTE([Delivered Duration])>_limit,"YES","NO")
RETURN
_Results

10% Under =
VAR _limit = MINUTE([Planned Duration])*0.9
VAR _Results = if(MINUTE([Delivered Duration])<_limit,"YES","NO")
RETURN
_Results``````

Responsive Resident

Ive added another column called Variance Column.  The majority of rows are fine for the 10% Under and10% Over Columns but was wondering why the records filtered in the 10% Over Column is saying 'No' when the Variance % is 1000%.  The Variance % field is Percentage format and Data Type Decimal Number

Any ideas? Thank you for your ongoing support

Super User

because you write the measure incorrectly.
this is how you should write it:

``````10% Over =
if([Variance %]>0.1,"Yes","No``````
Responsive Resident

Thank you thats done it.  Really appreciate your help as always:)

Super User
``````10% Over =
VAR _limit =
(HOUR([Planned Duration]) *3600 + MINUTE([Planned Duration])* 60 + SECOND([PlannedDuration]))*1.1
VAR _Results = if(
HOUR('Table'[Delivered Duration]) *3600 + MINUTE('Table'[Delivered Duration])* 60 + SECOND('Table'[Delivered Duration])
>_limit,"YES","NO")
RETURN

10% Under =
VAR _limit =
(HOUR([Planned Duration]) *3600 + MINUTE([Planned Duration])* 60 + SECOND([Planned Duration]))*0.9
VAR _Results = if(HOUR('Table'[Delivered Duration]) *3600 + MINUTE('Table'[Delivered Duration])* 60 + SECOND('Table'[Delivered Duration])<_limit,"YES","NO")
RETURN
_Results``````

Super User
is 10% greater than the Planned Duration
Column = if(MINUTE([Delivered Duration])-MINUTE([Planned Duration]) >10,"YES","NO")
or
Column = if(MINUTE([Delivered Duration])/MINUTE([Planned Duration]) -1> 0.1,"YES","NO")

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Responsive Resident

Hi so I need it to say yes if it great than 10%

eg 10% Over Column

Planned Duration = 20 min and the Delivered Duration = 24 minutes

10% of 20 minutes planned is 22 so if the Delivered Duration is more than 22 I want it to say Yes, otherwise no

also in the 10% Under Column

Planned Duration =  20 minutes  Delivered Duration = 12 minutes

10% under of 20 minutes planned is 18 so if the Delivered Duration is less than 18 I want it to say Yes, otherwise No

Super User

according to your table, there will be "NO" everywhere, I correctly understood your goal?

Responsive Resident

There is a lot of data.

I want to create a column that will put a yes  if the Delivered Duration is 10% greater than the Planned Duration otherwise say No and call it 'over 10%' also

I create a column that will put a yes  if the Delivered Duration is 10% less than the Planned Duration otherwise say No and call it 'under 10%'

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