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Alex_nor
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Create a new column based on dates group


Hello all,

I have two columns: TimeStamp and LoadDate.

I would like to create a third column, LoadID based on this criteria:

Dates between 23-06-2022 and 04-07-2022 in TimeStamp should have LoadID = 05-07-2022,

dates between 05-07-2022 and 27-07-2022 in TimeStamp should have LoadID = 28-07-2022, and so on.

Do you have any suggestion?

 

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wdx223_Daniel
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=Table.FillUp(Table.FromColumns(Table.ToColumns(PreviousStepName)&{List.Skip(PrevousStepName[LoadDate])},Table.ColumnNames(PreviousStepName)&{"LoadID"}),{"LoadID"})

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wdx223_Daniel
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=Table.FillUp(Table.FromColumns(Table.ToColumns(PreviousStepName)&{List.Skip(PrevousStepName[LoadDate])},Table.ColumnNames(PreviousStepName)&{"LoadID"}),{"LoadID"})

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