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## Count the No. of Order in Time Tracking Report

Hi BI Community Team,

We have 02 kinds of working time & Break/lunch Time- Morning & Afternoon Time of sales rep that visit the customer.

For Morning Time --- Min/Max <12:00:00

For Afternoon Time --- Min/Max > 13:00:00

EFFCALL_IND "E" --- Order

And Break/Lunch is from 12:00:00 till 13:00:00, then we want to know how many orders do they recieve and place order in the morning, afternoon & lunch time?

I would like to calculate this table in a way that produces the following example result:  Best Regards,

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION  Super User

@ADSL Forgot military time so the Afternoon and Lunch numbers were scuff. Also, the new versions factor in the "E". Seems correct now. You could combine into a single measure and use a SWITCH(TRUE()...) for example to determine whether to show morning, afternoon or lunch. I'm not sure where you are pulling "Morning Section" for example. But, theoretically you could just grab the max of whatever that is and check which section you are in, returning the appropriate number. Updated PBIX below sig.

``````Morning =
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(12,00,00)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <__MaxTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))

Afternoon =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(13,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >__MinTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))

Lunch =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(12,0,0)
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(13,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <=__MaxTime && ([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >=__MinTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))``````

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``````Morning =
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(12,00,00)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <__MaxTime))

Afternoon =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(1,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >__MinTime))

Lunch =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(12,0,0)
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(1,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <=__MaxTime && ([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >=__MinTime))``````

PBIX is attached below signature.

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If we count the number of order manually in excel and there are only 192 orders. But your number result in pbix, it seem not correct.

Please kindly assist to check it again.   Helper V

Any suggestion if we follow the example result below?   Super User

@ADSL Forgot military time so the Afternoon and Lunch numbers were scuff. Also, the new versions factor in the "E". Seems correct now. You could combine into a single measure and use a SWITCH(TRUE()...) for example to determine whether to show morning, afternoon or lunch. I'm not sure where you are pulling "Morning Section" for example. But, theoretically you could just grab the max of whatever that is and check which section you are in, returning the appropriate number. Updated PBIX below sig.

``````Morning =
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(12,00,00)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <__MaxTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))

Afternoon =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(13,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >__MinTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))

Lunch =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(12,0,0)
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(13,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <=__MaxTime && ([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >=__MinTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))``````

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In excel, I can identify and simplify the morning & afternoon session as the formula below.

Morning Session ---

1. =MINIFS([Start_Time],[Start_Time],"<12:00:00")

2. =MAXIFS([Start_Time],[Start_Time],"<12:00:00")

Afternoon Session ---

=MINIFS([Start_Time],[Start_Time],">12:00:00")

=MAXIFS([End_Time],[End_Time],">12:00:00")

Any suggestion if we want to move into our pbix file?

Here is the result that I am doing in excel.   Super User

@ADSL I would just create a disconnected table with "Morning", "Lunch" and "Afternoon" in as rows. Call the column "Category". Use this as the first element in your Column hierarchy for your matrix visual. Then you could do this:

``````Count =
VAR Morning =
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(12,00,00)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <__MaxTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))
VAR Afternoon =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(13,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >__MinTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))
VAR Lunch =
VAR __MinTime = TIME(12,0,0)
VAR __MaxTime = TIME(13,0,0)
RETURN
COUNTROWS(FILTER('Daily_Visit',([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) <=__MaxTime && ([TIME_IN] - TRUNC([TIME_IN])) >=__MinTime && [EFFCALL_IND] = "E"))
RETURN
SWITCH(MAX('Categories'[Category]),
"Morning",Morning,
"Lunch", Lunch,
Afternoon
)``````

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May I need your help again the metric of Categories? Best Regards,  Super User

@ADSL Those were just example table and column name that I choose, you need to use what makes sense for your model.

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Well noted with thank. If we want to see the start/end time in the morning & afternoon, any suggestion of metric?

Example: Morning ===Start Time: 8h00AM - End Time: 11h50AM

Afternoon === Start Time: 13h20PM - End Time: 17h00PM

Best Regards,  Super User

@ADSL I would literally just create a 2 column, 3 row disconnected table:

 Category CategorySort Morning 1 Lunch 2 Afternoon 3

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Best Regards,  