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Kerensky18 Frequent Visitor
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Daily Revenue between Start and End Dates

Hello, 

I have something that should be fairly simple yet is proving more difficult todo in Power BI then I thought at first.

 

I have a simple table with the following fields:

 

StartDate

EndDate

DailyRevenue

Product

Territory

 

I've been able to create a line graph in Excel by creating a row for each date between the MinofStart and MaxofEnd dates with a VBA formula. I then summed the daily revenue by date with the following formula =SUMIFS(Final[DailyRevenue], Final[StartDate], "<="&[@[Dates:]], Final[EndDate], ">="&[@[Dates:]])

 

This I can then put into a simple pivot chart and using grouping drill down years, quarters, days.. ect.. 

How do I replicate this in PowerBI? I've tried a few options with a date table but can't get it to look right. I also tried to expand each line of each contract for each date but this failed as well due to too much data.

 

Thanks!

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Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Daily Revenue between Start and End Dates

Hi @Kerensky18

Try this formula

column=CALCULATE(SUM(Final[DailyRevenue]),
FILTER(ALL(Final),Final[StartDate]<=@[Dates:]&&Final[EndDate]>=@[Dates:]


 

Best Regards

Maggie 

Kerensky18 Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Daily Revenue between Start and End Dates

Hello Maggie:

 

I got the following error.

 

The 'Dates:' parameter could not be resolved because it was referenced in an inner subexpression.

 

Thanks,

Jason

Community Support Team
Community Support Team

Re: Daily Revenue between Start and End Dates

Hi @Kerensky18

for "@[Date:]", i think @ is a table name and [Date:] is a column, so i use it in the formula in this way.

Is my understanding not correct? 

Could you share a screenshot about how these columns are to help me know exactly about your scenario?

 

Best Regards

maggie