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brianlehr Frequent Visitor
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Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

Hi everyone,

 

Trying to do something that probably isn’t all that difficult but for whatever reason isn’t coming naturally to me.

 

I’d like to create a “burn-up” chart to show the rate required to achieve 100% completion of all work items by a specified date.  Some example data, assuming I get a reading once every 2 days or so (and it doesn’t start at 0 because I didn’t start gathering data until after it was in motion).

 

Date

% Completed

% Desired

5/3/2019

16.10%

 

5/5/2019

16.10%

 

5/6/2019

17.50%

 

5/8/2019

17.50%

 

5/10/2019

17.50%

 

5/12/2019

18.90%

 

5/15/2019

18.90%

 

5/16/2019

19.50%

 

5/18/2019

 

23.1%

5/20/2019

 

26.82%

5/22/2019

 

30.48%

5/24/2019

 

34.14%

 

And let’s just say I had to get to 100% by 6/30.  Would want to project a column/measure that showed the % complete required on each day (basically, the rate required) to make that goal.  I’m not sure if the numbers I have there are exactly right, but hopefully you get the idea.  Note that currently the % completed in my chart is a calculated measure.  Any suggestions?

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Community Support Team
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Re: Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

Hi @brianlehr 

1.Create a date table

Date table = CALENDARAUTO()

Create relationship as below

4.png

 

2. in Sheet3, create measures as below

lastdate = MAXX(FILTER(ALL(Sheet3),[% Completed]<>BLANK()),Sheet3[Date])

desireddate = DATE(2019,6,30)

period = DATEDIFF([lastdate]+1,[desireddate],DAY)/2

last percent = 
CALCULATE([% Completed],FILTER(ALL(Sheet3),Sheet3[Date]=[lastdate]))

rate = (1-[last percent])/[period]

start = IF(MAX('Date table'[Date])=[lastdate]+2,[last percent]+[rate])

data_modified =
VAR num =
    DATEDIFF ( [lastdate] + 2, MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ), DAY ) / 2
RETURN
    IF (
        num = INT ( num )
            && MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ) <= [desireddate],
        IF ( MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ) = [lastdate] + 2, [start], [rate] ),
        BLANK ()
    )

% Desired =
VAR desireddata =
    SUMX (
        FILTER (
            ALL ( 'Date table' ),
            'Date table'[Date] >= [lastdate] + 2
                && 'Date table'[Date] <= [desireddate]
                && 'Date table'[Date]
                    <= MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ) + 1
        ),
        [data_modified]
    )
RETURN
    IF ( [data_modified] <> BLANK (), desireddata, BLANK () )

final = IF([% Desired]=BLANK(),[% Completed],[% Desired])

5.png6.png

Best Regards
Maggie

 

Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
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Re: Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

@brianlehr what would be the calculation for %desired?






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brianlehr Frequent Visitor
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Re: Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

Sorry, not sure I understand the question?   The % desired is what I want to generate as a "burnup".

 

So to get the sample numbers shown there, I worked out what the % required increase for every data measurement period would be.

 

I assume 6/30 which was 22 "2-day periods" from the last date with data, so I think you'd need about 3.6% per each period to reach 100% by 6/30.

brianlehr Frequent Visitor
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Re: Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

@parry2k and community -- any suggestions?

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

Hi @brianlehr 

1.Create a date table

Date table = CALENDARAUTO()

Create relationship as below

4.png

 

2. in Sheet3, create measures as below

lastdate = MAXX(FILTER(ALL(Sheet3),[% Completed]<>BLANK()),Sheet3[Date])

desireddate = DATE(2019,6,30)

period = DATEDIFF([lastdate]+1,[desireddate],DAY)/2

last percent = 
CALCULATE([% Completed],FILTER(ALL(Sheet3),Sheet3[Date]=[lastdate]))

rate = (1-[last percent])/[period]

start = IF(MAX('Date table'[Date])=[lastdate]+2,[last percent]+[rate])

data_modified =
VAR num =
    DATEDIFF ( [lastdate] + 2, MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ), DAY ) / 2
RETURN
    IF (
        num = INT ( num )
            && MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ) <= [desireddate],
        IF ( MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ) = [lastdate] + 2, [start], [rate] ),
        BLANK ()
    )

% Desired =
VAR desireddata =
    SUMX (
        FILTER (
            ALL ( 'Date table' ),
            'Date table'[Date] >= [lastdate] + 2
                && 'Date table'[Date] <= [desireddate]
                && 'Date table'[Date]
                    <= MAX ( 'Date table'[Date] ) + 1
        ),
        [data_modified]
    )
RETURN
    IF ( [data_modified] <> BLANK (), desireddata, BLANK () )

final = IF([% Desired]=BLANK(),[% Completed],[% Desired])

5.png6.png

Best Regards
Maggie

 

Community Support Team _ Maggie Li
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

brianlehr Frequent Visitor
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Re: Burn-Up Chart for Project % Completion

@v-juanli-msft This is great!  Usually I'm able to follow along, but I will admit that some of this lost me on first glance, but it seems to work.  I'll need to study this more to understand.  Thanks!

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