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Anonymous
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calculate parallel period in columns

Hi Everyone, 

 

I have a column with some dates or periods,  I need a calculated column with the parallel period, for example teh first result has to be January, 2017, the table is like this: 

 

Date

january, 2018

february, 2018

march, 2018

 

 

 

I am using this formula but the result is a blank column 

Parallel Perdiod = CALCULATE(PARALLELPERIOD(BSC_DATOS_FINANZAS_FLETES[Fecha].[Date];-1;YEAR)) 
 

I will appreciate some help

 

Thanks!

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Vvelarde
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Community Champion

@Anonymous

 

Hi, try with this

 

Fecha1YPrev = EDATE(Table1[Fecha],-12)

Regards

 

Victor




Lima - Peru

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v-yuta-msft
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@Anonymous,

 

Or you can create a calculate column using DAX below and then change the format with (MMMM yyyy):

Parallel Perdiod = DATE(YEAR('Date'[Date]) - 1, MONTH('Date'[Date]), DAY('Date'[Date]))

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Vvelarde
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Community Champion

@Anonymous

 

Hi, try with this

 

Fecha1YPrev = EDATE(Table1[Fecha],-12)

Regards

 

Victor




Lima - Peru

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