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DAX first value of group

Hi,

I've been trying to get the the "Inital Stock" column and aggregate it by product :

 

ProductID

Date

Stock

EntryDate

InitialStock

A

15/09/2018

10

15/09/2018

10

A

16/09/2018

9

15/09/2018

10

A

17/09/2018

5

15/09/2018

10

A

18/09/2018

4

15/09/2018

10

A

19/09/2018

2

15/09/2018

10

A

20/09/2018

0

15/09/2018

10

B

12/12/2018

4

12/12/2018

4

B

13/12/2018

2

12/12/2018

4

B

14/12/2018

2

12/12/2018

4

C

01/01/2019

20

01/01/2019

20

C

02/01/2019

20

01/01/2019

20

C

03/01/2019

20

01/01/2019

20

C

04/01/2019

10

01/01/2019

20

C

05/01/2019

10

01/01/2019

20

C

06/01/2019

10

01/01/2019

20

C

07/01/2019

10

01/01/2019

20

C

08/01/2019

10

01/01/2019

20

C

09/01/2019

5

01/01/2019

20

C

10/01/2019

5

01/01/2019

20

C

11/01/2019

5

01/01/2019

20


I calcuted the column EntryDate using:

CALCULATE(Min(Table[Date]);ALLEXCEPT(Table;Table[ProducID]))

How can i get the EntryDate's Stock (ie InitialStock) reapeated across all dates.

Also, from that column i need to be able to aggregate by product like so :

A

10

B

4

C

20

Total

34

 

I wonder this can easily be been via DAX.

 

Thanks for your help.

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Super User IV
Super User IV

You are going to want something like:

 

InitialStock = MAXX(FILTER(ALL('Table13'),[ProductID] = EARLIER([ProductID]) && [Date] = EARLIER([EntryDate])),[Stock])

That's a column formula.

 

See Table 13 of attached. 


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Super User IV
Super User IV

You are going to want something like:

 

InitialStock = MAXX(FILTER(ALL('Table13'),[ProductID] = EARLIER([ProductID]) && [Date] = EARLIER([EntryDate])),[Stock])

That's a column formula.

 

See Table 13 of attached. 


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Super User III
Super User III

Hi,

 

You do not need the Initial Stock and EntryDate columns at all.  This measure will work

 

=SUMX(SUMMARIZE(VALUES(Data[ProductID]),[ProductID],"ABCD",LOOKUPVALUE(Data[Stock],Data[Date],FIRSTNONBLANK(Data[Date],SUM(Data[Stock])))),[ABCD])

 

Hope this helps.

 

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Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/excelenthusiasts/

Thanks. the add column works as excepted but this doesn't aggregates well.

Thanks @Greg_Deckler and @Ashish_Mathur for your answers.

The solution you provided only solved one aspect of my problem but it definitely gives me ideas to go further. Thanks again

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Hi,

 

I am not sure of what you mean but if my reply helped, please mark it as Answer.


Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
https://www.linkedin.com/in/excelenthusiasts/

Hi @Raimana ,

 

I was also looking for a similar solution. Could you please let me know what worked for you?

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