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index and Match Function in Power BI

Hello,

 

Please refer to below snapshot and syntax of Y3 cell from Excel File, i am looking for equivalent DAX syntax to get similar output in Power BI.

 

Please review and suggest.

 

PradeepVarma_1-1604081793709.png

Thanks.,

Pradeep

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Super User II
Super User II

in calculated column, this code might work =minx(filter(table,table[system name]=earlier(table[system name])&&table[mulfunction end date]>earlier(table[mulfunction end date])),table[mulfunction end date])

 

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@PradeepVarma  it could be

=averagex(filter(table,table[system name]=earlier(table[system name])),table[day between next brk])

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Super User II
Super User II

in calculated column, this code might work =minx(filter(table,table[system name]=earlier(table[system name])&&table[mulfunction end date]>earlier(table[mulfunction end date])),table[mulfunction end date])

 

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Can you suggest syntax in DAX for below Excel formula

 

PradeepVarma_0-1604171989338.png

 

@PradeepVarma  it could be

=averagex(filter(table,table[system name]=earlier(table[system name])),table[day between next brk])

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Great .. Appreciate your support

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