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rme
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Histogram showing cummulated delays at each week

Hello

 

I'm a complete newbie looking for some help.

 

I'm trying to create a histogram that shows the no. of projects that are delayed. If a project is delayed by multiple weeks, it shall be counted/shown in each week of delay and not just a sum.

 

In below example I try to illustrate what I want to achieve. You will find the matching colors in the table and graph to show the effect that I want to achieve. (the yellow row with no delay shall not appear in the graph)

rme_0-1669747553252.png,      rme_1-1669747580222.png

 

I hope someone can help me with a DAX measure. It would be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance for your efforts!

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Hi @rme 

 

I've updated my original reply. I think this method is suitable for you. Please refer the attached pbix file.

 

Best regards,

Yadong Fang

 

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rme
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Dear Yadong Fang

Thank you very much for your support and the good solution.
Best regards
rme

v-yadongf-msft
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Hi @rme ,

 

This is my test table:

 

vyadongfmsft_3-1669855509144.png

 

Create a calendar table:

CalendarTable = ADDCOLUMNS(CALENDAR(DATE(2022,1,1),DATE(2023,12,31)),"Year_Week",YEAR([Date]) &"-"& WEEKNUM([Date],2))

vyadongfmsft_4-1669855542235.png

 

Create a measure:

Measure = 
var max_date = MAX('CalendarTable'[Date])
VAR delay_project = FILTER('Table','Table'[Planned] <= max_date && 'Table'[Forecasted]> max_date)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(delay_project)

 

The result you want:

vyadongfmsft_5-1669855579742.png

 

Best regards,

Yadong Fang

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Dear Yadong Fang

Thank you very much for the fast response. Great!

 

I must admit, it really looks complicate for beginner like me. In the example I provided only 6 projects. In reality I need to track thousands of projects/orders. The list of projects ist dynamically growing. Therefore, I can't "hard-type" the project names in a DAX measure. Can you think of a solution for this?

I might be wrong, but could it become a problem if I have to create 3 new columns in the calendar table for each project, having severaI thousand projects?

 

Hope you can assist me further on my journey. 

 

Best regards

rme

Hi @rme 

 

I've updated my original reply. I think this method is suitable for you. Please refer the attached pbix file.

 

Best regards,

Yadong Fang

 

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