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I have start date from one table and end date from another table,i have used dax to find the difference, how do l find average of the difference?

ID             Table  x(Start date)         Table Y(End date)       No of Days taken

2                   2-2-2020                       2-24-2020                       20

6                   2-3-2020                       2-20-2020                        17

How do i find the average number of days using dax having start date and end date are from two different tables

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Hi @kondoajames ,

You can simply create a measure as follows:

AverageDateDiff =
AVERAGE(tableanme[No of days Taken])

Replace your tablename and column name in above dax expression.

Thanks,
Pragati

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HI @kondoajames ,

Is there any relationship between these 2 tables?

Thanks,

Pragati

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Yes they joined by the ID

Super User

Hi @kondoajames ,

Have you already calculated the difference in dates?

You require a single AVERAGE value for this difference right?

Thanks,

Pragati

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Yes, just a single average value.

Super User

Hi @kondoajames ,

You can simply create a measure as follows:

AverageDateDiff =
AVERAGE(tableanme[No of days Taken])

Replace your tablename and column name in above dax expression.

Thanks,
Pragati

Best Regards,

Pragati Jain

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I dont have a table name, since i used a measure to get the difference.