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PowerWhy
Helper III
Helper III

Filter by maximum date

Hi,

 

I am pulling data that includes data from many weekly instances/data cuts. For each record I have fields that tell me the data cut's fiscal year, fiscal period and fiscal week (within the fiscal period). Please can you tell me how to filter by the latest weekly data cut? (i.e. the maximum of the combined fiscal year, fiscal period and fiscal week (within the fiscal period))

 

Many thanks,

 

PW

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Community Support
Community Support

Hi @PowerWhy ,

Consider filtering out the largest fiscal year first:

= Table.SelectRows(PreviousStepName, each [Fiscal Year] = List.Max(PreviousStepName[Fiscal Year]))

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Then filter out the records equal to the largest Fiscal Week.

= Table.SelectRows(PreviousStepName, each [Fiscal Week] = List.Max(PreviousStepName[Fiscal Week]))

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Best Regards,
Gao

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Einomi
Resolver II
Resolver II

Can you please provide some examples, screenshot or something ? 🙂

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