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luiscb Regular Visitor
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Filter Previous Data DAX on condition

Imagine I have the following dataset.

Product / IsOpen / Date
1           / 0          / 21 / 05 / 2009

1         / 1           / 22 / 05 / 2009

How can I filter/delete data previously to the first IsOpen = 1 ?? By creating a new table or even in Powerquery. I just want data starting from its first IsOpen = 1 per Product.

Thanks!

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fhill Established Member
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Re: Filter Previous Data DAX on condition

I've done this with 2 calcualted columns...  (You could combine them in 1 if you wanted).

 

VisCheck looks for First Date IsOpen = 1 comparing each Produt Line to the EARLIER Product line.  This allows for different dates depending on Product.  Then Yes-No compares the dates placing 0 or 1.  I then Filter by only 1.


** I noticed you said "Product A Completely Gone", but there was 1 IsOpen with a date?  Mabye you can play with the > or >= sign in the VisCheck to acomplish what you need.

 

VisCheck = CALCULATE(FIRSTDATE(Prod[Date]), Prod[IsOpen] = "1" ,FILTER( Prod, Prod[Product] = EARLIER(Prod[Product])))

Yes-NO = IF(Prod[Date] < Prod[VisCheck],0,1)

 

Thank You,

FOrrest

 

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fhill Established Member
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Re: Filter Previous Data DAX on condition

... is that first IsOpen for ALL products, or by Product?  What about Products that close after opening?  What is your desired output based on these values?

 

ProductIsOpenDate
A01/2/2012 0:00
A01/5/2012 0:00
A11/7/2012 0:00
B13/1/2012 0:00
B13/5/2012 0:00
B13/7/2012 0:00
C06/2/2012 0:00
C16/4/2012 0:00
C16/6/2012 0:00
D012/20/2011 0:00
D112/23/2011 0:00
D012/31/2012 0:00
luiscb Regular Visitor
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Re: Filter Previous Data DAX on condition

by product.
So in your dataset, this would happen:

Product A completely gone
Product B every row
PRoduct C the last two.. since the first one is IsOpen = 0 D the last two as well..

Products that close after opening would appear.. as long as opening is first, then everything appears.. everything that appears as closed before the first isOpen = 1 should be gone.
I think I might found the solution, will let you know if it works

fhill Established Member
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Re: Filter Previous Data DAX on condition

I've done this with 2 calcualted columns...  (You could combine them in 1 if you wanted).

 

VisCheck looks for First Date IsOpen = 1 comparing each Produt Line to the EARLIER Product line.  This allows for different dates depending on Product.  Then Yes-No compares the dates placing 0 or 1.  I then Filter by only 1.


** I noticed you said "Product A Completely Gone", but there was 1 IsOpen with a date?  Mabye you can play with the > or >= sign in the VisCheck to acomplish what you need.

 

VisCheck = CALCULATE(FIRSTDATE(Prod[Date]), Prod[IsOpen] = "1" ,FILTER( Prod, Prod[Product] = EARLIER(Prod[Product])))

Yes-NO = IF(Prod[Date] < Prod[VisCheck],0,1)

 

Thank You,

FOrrest

 

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luiscb Regular Visitor
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Re: Filter Previous Data DAX on condition

This is a good solution, in my case the time is also important.
Anyway, decided to do via power query and it works. 
Thanks!

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