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Manar Member
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Filter data using date range from slicer

Hi ,

I am trying to filter submissions count by a range of dates enterd in slicer  (between)

 

For example if a user enter a range of date the table should show the count of submissions for that range of dates.

 

I created this formula, it works when I choose one date but not a range, any help

 

Current_Submission =

var  startdate= max(DimDate[Date])                        

var  enddate = min(DimDate[Date])                                                                                                                                              Return      

calculate(DISTINCTCOUNT(

 

Submisions[Submission Number]),

   Filter (Submisions,  Submisions[Submission Date]>= startdate      &&   Submisions[Submission Date] <= enddate                                                                )                                                                                                                                                                               )

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Microsoft v-danhe-msft
Microsoft

Re: Filter data using date range from slicer

Hi @Manar,

Based on my test, you could refer to below steps:

Sample data:

A.PNG

Create a measure:

Current_Submission =
var startdate= max(DimDate[Date])
var enddate = min(DimDate[Date]) Return
calculate(DISTINCTCOUNT(Submission[Number]),
Filter (ALL(Submission), Submission[Date]<= startdate&&Submission[Date]>= enddate))

Now you could see the result:

C.PNG

You can also download the PBIX file to have a view.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/t5zoiqxm1d6aqcx/Filter%20data%20using%20date%20range%20from%20slicer.pbix?...

 

 

Regards,

Daniel He

Community Support Team _ Daniel He
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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rajendran Super Contributor
Super Contributor

Re: Filter data using date range from slicer

Current_Submission =

VAR startdate= MIN(DimDate[Date])                     

VAR enddate  = MAX(DimDate[Date])                                                                                                                       Return      

calculate(DISTINCTCOUNT(Submisions[Submission Number]),
		Filter (Submisions,Submisions[Submission Date]>= startdate &&
Submisions[Submission Date]<= enddate )
)

Try this.

 

 

Thanks
Raj

Microsoft v-danhe-msft
Microsoft

Re: Filter data using date range from slicer

Hi @Manar,

Based on my test, you could refer to below steps:

Sample data:

A.PNG

Create a measure:

Current_Submission =
var startdate= max(DimDate[Date])
var enddate = min(DimDate[Date]) Return
calculate(DISTINCTCOUNT(Submission[Number]),
Filter (ALL(Submission), Submission[Date]<= startdate&&Submission[Date]>= enddate))

Now you could see the result:

C.PNG

You can also download the PBIX file to have a view.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/t5zoiqxm1d6aqcx/Filter%20data%20using%20date%20range%20from%20slicer.pbix?...

 

 

Regards,

Daniel He

Community Support Team _ Daniel He
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

Manar Member
Member

Re: Filter data using date range from slicer

@v-danhe-msft  this worked,  thank you so much!

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