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## DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Hi all,

I have a dataset which looks like below and would like to find the last value in each column for each user.

User Name    |   Value   | Date

---------------------------------------

x                       2          12/01/2018

x                       1          13/01/2018

y                       9          11/01/2018

Output like this

User Name    |   Value   | Date

---------------------------------------

x                      1            13/01/2018

y                       9          11/01/2018

I tried using dax using last nonblank but I am missing something.

latest value = CALCULATE(LASTNONBLANK(table[value,MAX(Table[Date])))

Also, tried this

Latest value = CALCULATE(LASTNONBLANK(Table[value],""),FILTER(Table,MAX(Table[Date])))

Thanks,

Indhu

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Super User IV

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Hi,

This one works

=if(HASONEFILTER(Table1[Name]),LOOKUPVALUE(Table1[Value],Table1[Date],[Latest value],Table1[Name],VALUES(Table1[Name])),BLANK())

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
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Super User IV

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Hi,

These 2 measures work fine

Last date = LASTNONBLANK(Data[Date],1)

Value on last date = LOOKUPVALUE(Data[Value],Data[Date],[Last date],Data[User Name],VALUES(Data[User Name]))

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
Member

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Thanks @Ashish_Mathur

the first measure works as expected. however, when using the second measure I am not able to convert the name to value and don't know how to proceed further.

Value on last date = LOOKUPVALUE(Data[Value],Data[Date],[Last date],Data[User Name],VALUES(Data[User Name]))

1. Is it meant to convert name to text?

2. Did you mean value? even that doesn't work

Thanks again,

Indhu

Super User IV

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

What do you mean by "I am not able to convert the name to value"?  What error does my formula throw up.  The VALUES() function will return a distinct list of Usernames.  SInce in a row, only one name can appear, it will return only a single value.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
Established Member

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

For Ashish's second DAX, use SELECTEDVALUE to replace VALUES, this time, it should work.

Last_Value = LOOKUPVALUE(Data[Value],Data[Date],[Last_Date],Data[User Name],SELECTEDVALUE(Data[User Name]))

Member

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

@Ashish_Mathur Getting a calculation error.

A table of multiple values supplied where a single value was expected.

Used same measure as provided not sure why it is not working for me 😞

@Jessica_Seiya If I use as suggested by you nothing gets displayed

Thanks,
Indhu

Super User IV

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Hi,

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
Member

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

@Ashish_Mathur please find the attachment for the file.

test.pbix

Thanks,

Indhu.

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Super User IV

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Hi,

This one works

=if(HASONEFILTER(Table1[Name]),LOOKUPVALUE(Table1[Value],Table1[Date],[Latest value],Table1[Name],VALUES(Table1[Name])),BLANK())

Hope this helps.

Regards,
Ashish Mathur
http://www.ashishmathur.com
Regular Visitor

## Re: DAX help - Get latest value for each ID

Hey, nice solution.

What about situation where there are mutliple values and we want to have a sum of them by each category and latest date?

thanks 🙂

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