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## Calculate days range between dates

Hi,

I have a table containing the expired date of product, so now i want to crate a report to track the citeria for them. in fact, i need to count how many product that have the number of days till exprired date <30 ||  30<exprired date<60|| 60< exprired date<90 and >90 days..

Could any one give me some advice on that ?

Best regards,
J.

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Community Support

Hi @pvtrinh89,

You can follow below steps to get the count of days range:

1. Create a test table.

2. Add the measure to calculate the range.

exprired range =
var temp= MAX(Sheet6[exprired date])
var daynumber= DATEDIFF(min(TODAY(),temp),MAX(TODAY(),temp),DAY)
return
if(daynumber <30,"<30",if( AND(daynumber>30,daynumber<60),"30~60",if(AND(daynumber>60,daynumber<90),"60~90",">90")))

3. Add a calculate column to store the “range”.

3. Create a new table to get the summarize information.

Table = DISTINCT( SELECTCOLUMNS(Sheet6,"Range",[Range],"Count",COUNTAX(FILTER(Sheet6,[Range]=EARLIER(Sheet6[Range])),[Range])))

Regards,
Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
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Community Support

Hi @pvtrinh89,

You can follow below steps to get the count of days range:

1. Create a test table.

2. Add the measure to calculate the range.

exprired range =
var temp= MAX(Sheet6[exprired date])
var daynumber= DATEDIFF(min(TODAY(),temp),MAX(TODAY(),temp),DAY)
return
if(daynumber <30,"<30",if( AND(daynumber>30,daynumber<60),"30~60",if(AND(daynumber>60,daynumber<90),"60~90",">90")))

3. Add a calculate column to store the “range”.

3. Create a new table to get the summarize information.

Table = DISTINCT( SELECTCOLUMNS(Sheet6,"Range",[Range],"Count",COUNTAX(FILTER(Sheet6,[Range]=EARLIER(Sheet6[Range])),[Range])))

Regards,
Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin
If this post helps, please consider accept as solution to help other members find it more quickly.
Community Champion

Hi J.

Please refer to the following link for more detailed classification approach.

Thanks & Regards,

Bhavesh

Thanks & Regards,
Bhavesh

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