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moulshree172
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How to label based on few selected columns and date from a date range(Month)

Hi,

 

I want to label the CustomerSKID according to the Manufacturer's Name and Purchase Date. Below I have shared a picture of my table. How can I label the CustomerSKID as L or A. The Purchase smaller date should be considered as 'PreviousPurchaseDate', and the max date should be considered as 'RecentPurchaseDate'. And all the CustomerSKID which have 'RecentPurchaseDate' as 03/2021 (March 2021). So if the PreviousPurchaseDate is given as 18-10-2017 with manufacturername as JD and for RecentPurchaseDate is given as 07-11-2017 with another ManufacturerName then the CustomerSKID will be labelled as A.

 

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How to achieve this?

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MFelix
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Hi @moulshree172 ,

 

Not really understanding how your dates/manufacturer is influencing the final result.

 

You refer to supplier JD however in terms of dates you refer the March 2021 but your data only has values for 2017.

 

Do you want to select all the purchases for the first supplier (in this case JD) has L and the rest has A? Is the supplier dynamic based on the first purchase or is always the same ?

 


Regards

Miguel Félix


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