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MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

I need to create two columns in the query editor, one that brings the minimum time and one that brings the maximum time of each category. According to print. I need to do this in the query editor. M. I know I could do it in DAX but it does not answer me. Can you help me?

 

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Super User
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Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

Ok, you can do this in DAX also, which is dynamic and faster.Select New Table under Modelling tab and use this formula :

 

Newtable = GROUPBY('Table_1','Table_1'[Category],"Max_Time_NewColumn",MAXX(CURRENTGROUP(),'Table_1'[Time] ), "Min_Time_New_Column", MINX(CURRENTGROUP(),'Table_1[Time]))

 

This will gie you the max and min values for each category and most importantly without duplicating your data.

 

Thanks
Raj

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Super User
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Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

Hi

 

Kind Request : If you post the data in Editable( should be able to do copy/paste)  instead of posting the snapshot of data, that will help the members to help you Smiley Happy

 

1. Duplicate your source table in Query Editor and do Group by "Category" for Max of Time as shown below:Max.PNG

 

 

2. The above step will produce a table with max /min of time for each category.

3. Now, Go to the  original table and do "Merge" with the new Grouped table based on "Category".

4. Expand the merged column and retain the Max & min of time column, you will get the desired output.

 

 

Thanks
Raj

walnei Member
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Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

@rajendran

 

My data has more than 20 million rows, so duplicating and doing merge would be difficult.

Super User
Super User

Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

Ok, you can do this in DAX also, which is dynamic and faster.Select New Table under Modelling tab and use this formula :

 

Newtable = GROUPBY('Table_1','Table_1'[Category],"Max_Time_NewColumn",MAXX(CURRENTGROUP(),'Table_1'[Time] ), "Min_Time_New_Column", MINX(CURRENTGROUP(),'Table_1[Time]))

 

This will gie you the max and min values for each category and most importantly without duplicating your data.

 

Thanks
Raj

walnei Member
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Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

I had done it that way, but I'm having trouble when I add the hours as the print example. Because it does not add more than 24h. In red it's the reSem título2.pngsult I'm getting. But it should be the right green.

Super User
Super User

Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

The solution which i posted covers the original topic only as the "Total" part was not listed in the original post.

walnei Member
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Re: MIN/MAX EDITOR QUERY

Yes, it really solves the initial. You're right.