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Ronald123 Member
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Matching transactions

Hello,

 

Can someone help me with the follow analyse?

I need to find matching rows, the conditions are the follow.

Date       > equal
Product  > equal
Receiver > equal
TAG       > equal
Time      > time frame of 2 minutes

 

The orange lines are matching rows. The result is the min value of the index colum.

 

Greets,


Ronald

Power bi file

 

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Super User
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Re: Matching transactions

@Ronald123 

 

Try this Custom Column

 

Please takle a look at attached file

 

=let myproduct=[Product], myreceiver=[Receiver],mytag=[TAG],mydate=[Date], mytime=[TIme2] in
List.Min(Table.SelectRows(#"Changed Type1",each [Product]=myproduct and [Receiver]=myreceiver and [Date]=mydate and [TAG]=mytag and Number.Abs((Duration.TotalMinutes(Duration.From([TIme2]))-Duration.TotalMinutes(Duration.From(mytime))))<=2)[Index])
Super User
Super User

Re: Matching transactions

Hi @Ronald123 

 

My apologies for not getting back earlier

 

Try this DAX column. It works with sample data.

See if it performs better than M custom column

 

Calculated Column =
CALCULATE (
    MIN ( Test[Index] ),
    FILTER (
        Test,
        [Product] = EARLIER ( [Product] )
            && [Receiver] = EARLIER ( [Receiver] )
            && [Date] = EARLIER ( [Date] )
            && [TAG] = EARLIER ( [TAG] )
            && ABS ( [TIme] - EARLIER ( [TIme] ) )
                <= TIME ( 0, 2, 0 )
    )
)
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Super User
Super User

Re: Matching transactions

@Ronald123 

Try this Custom Column

 

=let myproduct=[Product], myreceiver=[Receiver] in
List.Min(Table.SelectRows(#"Added Index",each [Product]=myproduct and [Receiver]=myreceiver)[Index])
Ronald123 Member
Member

Re: Matching transactions

@Zubair_Muhammad ,

 

Thx for the reply either i'm missing some calculating conditions;

Date must be equal
Tag must be equal

Time - time frame of 2 minutes

 

Greets,

 

Ronald

Super User
Super User

Re: Matching transactions

@Ronald123 

 

My bad  Smiley Embarassed I didn't look at your question carefully.

Just looked at the picture.

 

Will get back to you

Super User
Super User

Re: Matching transactions

@Ronald123 

 

Try this Custom Column

 

Please takle a look at attached file

 

=let myproduct=[Product], myreceiver=[Receiver],mytag=[TAG],mydate=[Date], mytime=[TIme2] in
List.Min(Table.SelectRows(#"Changed Type1",each [Product]=myproduct and [Receiver]=myreceiver and [Date]=mydate and [TAG]=mytag and Number.Abs((Duration.TotalMinutes(Duration.From([TIme2]))-Duration.TotalMinutes(Duration.From(mytime))))<=2)[Index])
Ronald123 Member
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Re: Matching transactions

@Zubair_Muhammad ,

 

Great solution!

Ronald123 Member
Member

Re: Matching transactions

@Zubair_Muhammad ,

 

I use the Power Query you've made in a calculation for a Google Big Query project.
The Google Big Query is created with a SQL with a max of 100.000 lines.

Either the Power Query calculation calculate over the more than 20 milion lines.

 

Also checked with a CSV with 100.000 lines with a total of 10 mb.
The query is running a quarter with a total of 12 GB loaded in the model.

 

 

Is there a solution for this issue?

 

Greets,

 

Ronald 

Super User
Super User

Re: Matching transactions

@Ronald123 

 

Try Table.Buffer,

 

IN the Query Editor>>View>>advanced editor

 

In the step just before the step in which custom column was added, try wrapping the code inside Table.Buffer

For example in the file I shared

 

    #"Changed Type1" = Table.Buffer(Table.TransformColumnTypes(#"Duplicated Column",{{"TIme2", type number}})),
    #"Added Custom1" = Table.AddColumn(#"Changed Type1", "Custom.1", each let myproduct=[Product], myreceiver=[Receiver],mytag=[TAG],mydate=[Date], mytime=[TIme2] in
List.Min(Table.SelectRows(#"Changed Type1",each [Product]=myproduct and [Receiver]=myreceiver and [Date]=mydate and [TAG]=mytag and Number.Abs((Duration.TotalMinutes(Duration.From([TIme2]))-Duration.TotalMinutes(Duration.From(mytime))))<=2)[Index]))
in
    #"Added Custom1"
Ronald123 Member
Member

Re: Matching transactions

@Zubair_Muhammad ,

 

Tanks for you're reply but table.buffer doesn't help.
In Power Query is't possible to run the calculation but is isn't possible to apply the query in the model.

On my personal computer i have memory issue's with this calculation and the server of my work is runing  and runing...

Is there an another option? Maybe DAX?

 

Greets,

 

Ronald

Super User
Super User

Re: Matching transactions

@Ronald123 

 

I will look into it