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Ucboy4
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ESTABILISHING COUNT OF WORKDAYS FROM STAFF DAILY INPUT

Hi Everyone,

 

I am currently working on a dashboard to show average staff productivity for a given interval of time. To estabilish my datapoint for staff availability for given day (ie count of workdays) I referred to call interaction log date.

 

however, the challenge is that a staff may log multiple interactions for a day so my code end up returning count of interactions rather than count of workdays .

 

I will appreciate a solution to this

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ribisht17
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Super User

@Ucboy4 

 

Difficult to say withour data-point here but you might do something like

 

If(DISTINCTCOUNT(DATE)>1,1,0)

 

NOTE: As you said there are multiple transaction in a day hence distinct count in a day will be greater than 1 if you have DateTime , if the granularity is at Day level then you can expect one with DISTINCTCOUNT anyways

/Another option is to trim datetime to day and then take DISTINCTCOUNT

 

This way you consider multiple count as 1 only

 

Regards,

Ritesh

 

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Ucboy4
Regular Visitor

Hi Ribisht,

 

This actually worked, I trimed the date.

 

thanks a million

gauthamboppana
Solution Specialist
Solution Specialist

@Ucboy4  - Use Distinct count and see if that works.

 

= DISTINCTCOUNT([Date])

 

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Thank you very much !

ribisht17
Super User
Super User

@Ucboy4 

 

Difficult to say withour data-point here but you might do something like

 

If(DISTINCTCOUNT(DATE)>1,1,0)

 

NOTE: As you said there are multiple transaction in a day hence distinct count in a day will be greater than 1 if you have DateTime , if the granularity is at Day level then you can expect one with DISTINCTCOUNT anyways

/Another option is to trim datetime to day and then take DISTINCTCOUNT

 

This way you consider multiple count as 1 only

 

Regards,

Ritesh

 

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