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Seb_77
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Do not show future value of AVERAGEX and SUMMARIZE

Hello,

I have been removing all future dates from my dashboards with the help of a future value column in the calendar table.

However I am struggling to remove future dates in the below case :

My inventory value stop in April 2020, but the average trailing twelve month continue, I want it to stop in April too.

0_Average_inventory_TTM = 

VAR CALENDAR_YTD = 

CALCULATETABLE(
    'CALENDAR',
    DATESINPERIOD('CALENDAR'[Date],LASTDATE('CALENDAR'[Date]),-1,YEAR),
    'CALENDAR'[FutureDate] = "PAST"
)

VAR CALENDAR_MONTH_YTD =

SUMMARIZE(
    CALENDAR_YTD,
    'CALENDAR'[Year],
    'CALENDAR'[Month],
    "AMOUNT",
    CALCULATE(                              
        [1_AMOUNT_REVERSE_YTD],
        'ACCOUNT FAMILY'[P&L] = "300",
        'CALENDAR'[FutureDate] = "PAST"
    )
)

RETURN

CALCULATE(
    AVERAGEX(CALENDAR_MONTH_YTD,[AMOUNT]),
    'CALENDAR'[FutureDate] = "PAST")

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I tried to remove future date with the filter : 

'CALENDAR'[FutureDate] = "PAST", it usually works well but not this time.
 
Could you help me find a solution ?
 
Thank you
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danextian
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 Hi @Seb_77 

You can use relative date filtering. Add a the date field to the visual/page/report filter and filter as in the image below:

relative date filtering.png

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amitchandak
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Make sure both Inventory Value and Avg TTM is controlled. Or You use relative date calendar or page or visual level relative date filter to have data <= today

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/visuals/desktop-slicer-filter-date-range



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amitchandak
Super User IV
Super User IV

Make sure both Inventory Value and Avg TTM is controlled. Or You use relative date calendar or page or visual level relative date filter to have data <= today

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/visuals/desktop-slicer-filter-date-range



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danextian
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 Hi @Seb_77 

You can use relative date filtering. Add a the date field to the visual/page/report filter and filter as in the image below:

relative date filtering.png

Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution!
"Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand."
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