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JAVED Regular Visitor
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Hi 

I have a 3 column with Consumed ,Date,Product Name

Now based on last 6 months i need to divide the product column in to 3 one should show only first 50 Products consumed on the last 6 months next column should show only from 50 to 150, 3rd coloumn should show only150 to 200 or remaining 

How can i make it, i tried using rank function on date but i am not able to divide it in to 3 limited columns like 1 to 50

 

Any help appreciated.

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Moderator v-qiuyu-msft
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Re: Filtering

Hi @JAVED,

 

You can create calculated columns below: 

 

0-50 = IF(DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)<=50,Table1[Price],BLANK())

 

50-150 = IF(DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)<=150 && DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)>50,Table1[Price],BLANK())

 

>150 = IF(DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)>150,Table1[Price],BLANK())

 

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Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu 

 

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Moderator v-qiuyu-msft
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Re: Filtering

Hi @JAVED,

 

Would you please share some sample data and clarify corresponding desired results? 

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu 

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JAVED Regular Visitor
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Re: Filtering

Part No.Part NamePriceDate
    
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68November 07, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68November 07, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68October 17, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68October 15, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68October 14, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68October 12, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68October 06, 2017
ISO-PRIMER-PR1K ISOLATING  PR  GREY316.68September 19, 2017

 

Dis is sample data,here i have 10 years of data but i need to display only 6 months data. i need to create 3 columns one should display only 1 to 50 days price of part name 2nd column as 50 to 150 days price of partname remaining as one column.Here i gave ranks to date but i am not able to divide the column in to 3 as desired

Moderator v-qiuyu-msft
Moderator

Re: Filtering

Hi @JAVED,

 

You can create calculated columns below: 

 

0-50 = IF(DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)<=50,Table1[Price],BLANK())

 

50-150 = IF(DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)<=150 && DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)>50,Table1[Price],BLANK())

 

>150 = IF(DATEDIFF('Table1'[Date],MAX('Table1'[Date]),DAY)>150,Table1[Price],BLANK())

 

w4.PNG

 

Best Regards,
Qiuyun Yu 

 

Community Support Team _ Qiuyun Yu
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JAVED Regular Visitor
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Re: Filtering

Thanks for your help that works

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JAVED Regular Visitor
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Re: Filtering

I took it as a pie chart like 0-50,50-100,100-150 and i took the table with product name ,product code , price when i click on 0-50 in pie chart the table is not filtering it shows all values i want to see only 0-50 values.