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## Aggregating measure based on dates

Hi

I am working with invoice level data but am trying to create a measure which applies conditions at the aggregated customer level within a period. Example below shows invoice \$ by customer and from this I am trying to count how many customers are within terms (ie assessing all the outstanding invoices for the period and determining that total overdue =0 at a customer level - refer boxed column).  My attempts so far haven't been able to get past the row context so each invoice is being evaulated but am sure it's more straightforward than I'm making it in my head.

Help much appreciated.  Thanks in advance!

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

If you look at the PBIX file I loaded, I add both.

The first is a calculated column to the 4 column table

`Within Terms = IF('Table1'[Overdue]=0,"Y","N")`

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

Hi @meski

Is the sample data an example of what you have in a data table?  Or is this summarized from another table?

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

Hi Phil - this is a simplified representation of fact table data which is transactional, by calendar date and keyed to many other dimensions.  Thx

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

I think I have it,

This basic measure sounds like it does the trick. I have attached a sample PBIX

`Measure = MIN('Table1'[Within Terms])`

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

Hi Phil - apologies, I haven't been clear.  The last 2 cols in my example are not in the source data.  The boxed column ('Within Terms @ customer level') is the result I am trying to get whereas the column 'Within Terms' is the result I am getting at present. Thx again.

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

If you look at the PBIX file I loaded, I add both.

The first is a calculated column to the 4 column table

`Within Terms = IF('Table1'[Overdue]=0,"Y","N")`

Proud to be a Datanaut!

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## Re: Aggregating measure based on dates

Thanks Phil - works well.  Am npw trying to get a count of how many customers meet this criteria within a period or within a division which I can do but am having issues with getting the count to work at Grand Total level.  In this eg the total should be 1 (ie Cust B). Thanks again in advance.

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