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Foolke
Helper I
Helper I

count with dates

I have data similar to this:

TicketCreation_DateSolved_Date

14/05/201829/04/2020
28/05/201923/04/2020
317/07/201928/04/2020
428/04/202028/04/2020
520/04/202028/04/2020
625/04/202028/04/2020
722/10/201923/04/2020
825/10/201930/04/2020
927/04/202028/04/2020
1012/11/201929/04/2020

 

I want to calculate for the last 14 calendar days the count of tickets created that date minus the count of tickets solved on that calendar day.

This I want to visualize in a column chart. 

How can I achieve this?

 

Thx !

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az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hello @Foolke

you can try to create a new table

New Table = 
ADDCOLUMNS(
CALENDAR(TODAY()-14, TODAY()),
"Count",
CALCULATE(COUNTROWS('Table'),'Table'[Creation_Date]=EARLIER([Date])) - CALCULATE(COUNTROWS('Table'),'Table'[Solved_Date]=EARLIER([Date]))
)

and use it for the visual bar


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az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

@Foolke 

what should be on X-Axis this chart?

give an example of desired result please


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@Foolke you need to add date dimension in your model and that is the first step, have a relationship with your date dimension to these two dates, one will be active relationship and others will be inactive relationship coz there can be only one active relationship between two tables. There are many posts on how to add date dimension in your model.

 

Create measures using COUNTROWS function and the one which has inactive relationship use USERELATIONSHIP function which make an inactive relationship to active.

 

Now you can view the data by date from date dimension using measures.

 

I hope it helps.

 

 



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Should look something like this:

X-axis: last 14 calendar days (start counting today)

Y-axis: (count of created tickets for date on X axis) minus (count of solved tickets on date on X-axis)

az38
Community Champion
Community Champion

Hello @Foolke

you can try to create a new table

New Table = 
ADDCOLUMNS(
CALENDAR(TODAY()-14, TODAY()),
"Count",
CALCULATE(COUNTROWS('Table'),'Table'[Creation_Date]=EARLIER([Date])) - CALCULATE(COUNTROWS('Table'),'Table'[Solved_Date]=EARLIER([Date]))
)

and use it for the visual bar


do not hesitate to give a kudo to useful posts and mark solutions as solution
LinkedIn

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