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Compound Filtering

I have a set of data as follows. 




Daily and Monthly record level data are saved to the same table for the following reasons:

  • I should be able to choose one date freely from the daily dates in a slicer or similiar feature.
  • Based on the date I choose, I need to see the prior 12m of monthly data. My pivot should have 13 columns: the rightmost column is the daily date I choose, the other 12 are the preceding 12 months.
  • As I move my slider thru the daily range, the preceeding 12 months should dynamically change, so when I select daily value 10/3/18 my most recent monthly date should be 9/30/2018. When I select daily value 9/29/2018, my most recent monthly date should be 8/31/18, etc.
  • Some may suggest I construct my monthly numbers based on an aggregation of a sufficient history of dailies. This will not be the correct approach because these are measures of point in time inventories that should not sum together.
  • Some dates (such as 9/30/18) will have both a daily and special month end result. The data for month end has been more carefully reviewed/cleaned up, and is considered "official" vs the "unofficial" daily result. We need to blend both results seamlessly as described above -> I should only see one daily result at a time.
  • The additional requirements are that the solution must support directquery.
  • Marketplace visuals can be used, but must be able to be published to the Power BI Service.
Super User IV
Super User IV

Re: Compound Filtering

Can you mock up what the output would look like?


Also, what does the rest of your data look like? Apparently you have some kind of value?


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