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## How to remove data from future dates in a cumulative calculation

Hi All,

I have an S-Curve graph and I am trying to remove the data in the future dates of the cumulative line in the graph.

This is a picture of the s-curve graph. For the cumulative line, I used two formulas: one to calculate the count of the Actuals and another to calculate the cumulative count. See formulas below:

1.

Count Actual = CALCULATE(COUNT(Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]), USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date],Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]))

2.
**bleep** Count Actual = CALCULATE([Count Actual],USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date],Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]), FILTER(ALL('Calendar Table Plan'),'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]<=MAX('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date])))

The calendar table plan is where I am getting the dates and it is connected to my main table. I have to use USERELATIONSHIP to make it work.

I am thining this is something simple, but I cannot figure it out even after reading various forum entries. Any help is greatly appreciated!

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION New Member

Thanks for the help, but I finally found a solution.

Change the Cumulative Count Actual to:

Cumm Count Actual = VAR CumCountAct = CALCULATE([Count Actual],USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date],Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]), FILTER(ALL('Calendar Table Plan'),'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]<=MAX('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]))) RETURN IF(MAX('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]) <= TODAY(),CumCountAct,BLANK())
7 REPLIES 7  Super User

Hi @pnm_100
Pleasr try

``````Count Actual =
IF (
NOT ISEMPTY ( Catalogue ),
CALCULATE (
[Count Actual],
USERELATIONSHIP ( 'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date], Catalogue[Actual Completion Date] ),
FILTER (
ALL ( 'Calendar Table Plan' ),
'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]
<= MAX ( 'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date] )
)
)
)`````` New Member

Hey tamerj1, thanks for the reply but unfortunatly I could get it to work. I attached a table of how the data should look and how it looks when I input your formula:

This is the original: This is what happens with your formula: I feel as though it should be an IF with the date column, but the IF statement will not let me use the Calendar table.  Super User

@pnm_100

``````**bleep** Count Actual =
IF (
NOT ISBLANK ( [Count Actual] ),
CALCULATE (
[Count Actual],
USERELATIONSHIP ( 'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date], Catalogue[Actual Completion Date] ),
FILTER (
ALL ( 'Calendar Table Plan' ),
'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]
<= MAX ( 'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date] )
)
)
)`````` New Member

So that worked, but the issue I have now is the Count Actual has a blank value in 2020-Q2, see below: So there is now a break in the line in the graph. How do I fix the Count Actual to be zero if it is blank? Thanks!  Super User

@pnm_100
Would you please try the following. Whatever the result would be, please share the dax for [Count Actual], that will provide some insights about your data model.

``````Cumm. Count Actual =
CALCULATE (
[Count Actual],
USERELATIONSHIP ( 'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date], Catalogue[Actual Completion Date] ),
FILTER (
ALL ( 'Calendar Table Plan' ),
'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date] <= MAX ( Catalogue[Actual Completion Date] )
)
)`````` New Member

Hey, sorry I did share the Count Actual formula in my first post, but I didn't realive the other formula has a "bleep" in front of it lol. The bleep is supposed to be Cumulative, and I had the first three letters of the word to shorten it. Guess that is a swear word here.

Here is the formulas again:

Count Actual = CALCULATE(COUNT(Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]),USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date],Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]))

Cumulative Count Actual = CALCULATE([Count Actual],USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date],Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]), FILTER(ALL('Calendar Table Plan'),'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]<=MAX('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date])))

The formula you provided is the same as my cumulative. Thanks New Member

Thanks for the help, but I finally found a solution.

Change the Cumulative Count Actual to:

Cumm Count Actual = VAR CumCountAct = CALCULATE([Count Actual],USERELATIONSHIP('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date],Catalogue[Actual Completion Date]), FILTER(ALL('Calendar Table Plan'),'Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]<=MAX('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]))) RETURN IF(MAX('Calendar Table Plan'[Planned Date]) <= TODAY(),CumCountAct,BLANK())  