12-17-2021 07:11 AM
This Quick Measure breaks a start and end time down into the number of minutes for each hour of the day. There are actually two measures included in order to demonstrate how to use the techniques in Measure Totals, The Final Word to display the correct totals and subtotals within a matrix.
Hour Breakdown = VAR __currentHour = HOUR(MAX('Hours'[Hour])) VAR __startHour = HOUR(MIN('Data'[Start])) VAR __endHour = HOUR(MAX('Data'[End])) VAR __table = GENERATESERIES(__startHour,__endHour,1) VAR __table1 = ADDCOLUMNS(__table,"__minutes", SWITCH(TRUE(), __startHour < __endHour && [Value] <> __endHour && [Value] <> __startHour,60, __startHour < __endHour && [Value] = __endHour,MINUTE(MAX('Data'[End])), MINUTE(MAX(Data[Start])) ) ) VAR __table2 = FILTER(__table1,[__minutes]>0) RETURN SUMX(FILTER(__table2,[Value] = __currentHour),[__minutes])
Hour Breakdown Total = VAR __table = SUMMARIZE('Data',[Date],[ID]) VAR __table1 = GENERATE(__table,Hours) VAR __table2 = ADDCOLUMNS(__table1,"__duration",[Hour Breakdown]) RETURN IF(HASONEVALUE(Hours[Hour]) && HASONEVALUE(Data[ID]),[Hour Breakdown],SUMX(__table2,[__duration]))
@r_kurkur Sure, if you could post that as text that would assist greatly.
Hello @Greg_Deckler ,
I am learning powerBI. I followed the above solution but somehow it's not working for my data. I wanted to show employee count by the hour and date. Here is what the sample data look like:
Could you please help me? Any help on this is appreciated