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Mike_Mace
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Matrix subtraction stop at current week

Happy lockdowning Forum,

 

I have a matrix with info:

1. A list of 25 deliverables with random plan dates and random dates they were submitted

2. I created (head) columns by "starting-date" week. All random dates are grouped in those weeks

3. To measure the missed items i created measure

failed = SUM('plan date'[plan sum])-Sum('submission date'[sub sum])
 
Notice on snip that subtraction takes place on all weeks, including future ones. 
I need subtraction to stop at week before current.
I thought about having an if on subsum >0 but that hasnt worked  (measure failed 2 on pbi file)
Ideas?
 
Snip:
 
1st.JPG

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Sorry, I fooled myself.

failed 2 = 
SUMX (
    VALUES ( 'Date Calendar'[Week start] ),
    IF (
        'Date Calendar'[Week start]
            < TODAY () - WEEKDAY ( TODAY (), 2 ) + 1,
        CALCULATE(SUM ( 'plan date'[plan sum] ) - SUM ( 'submission date'[sub sum] )),
        BLANK ()
    )
)

 

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mwegener
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Hi @Mike_Mace ,

 

try this

 

failed = 
IF(MAX('Date Calendar'[Week start]) < TODAY()  - WEEKDAY(TODAY(),2) +1,
SUM('plan date'[plan sum])-Sum('submission date'[sub sum]), BLANK())
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Hi @mwegener 

 

That works well, it stops subtraction before running week thanks. 

Although it doesnt give Grand Totals for this measure. Any idea why? (named "failed 2" on snip below)

 

Mike_Mace_0-1612342639066.png

 

Hi @Mike_Mace ,

because the total does not filter to the start of the week.

Try this. 

failed =
SUMX (
    VALUES ( 'Date Calendar'[Week start] ),
    IF (
        MAX ( 'Date Calendar'[Week start] )
            < TODAY () - WEEKDAY ( TODAY (), 2 ) + 1,
        SUM ( 'plan date'[plan sum] ) - SUM ( 'submission date'[sub sum] ),
        BLANK ()
    )
)

 

Did I answer your question?
Please mark my post as solution, this will also help others.
Please give Kudos for support.

Marcus Wegener work at KUMAVISION AG , one of the world's largest
implementation partners for Microsoft Dynamics. #
"Get the most out of data, with Power BI."
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Hi @mwegener 

It looks like new "failed 3" has same results as "failed 2". I gave them a different highlight on the snip to read with ease. Still no row/grand totals
Is there a way around this or do i need to rethink model structure?

 

Mike_Mace_0-1612348654574.png

 

Sorry, I fooled myself.

failed 2 = 
SUMX (
    VALUES ( 'Date Calendar'[Week start] ),
    IF (
        'Date Calendar'[Week start]
            < TODAY () - WEEKDAY ( TODAY (), 2 ) + 1,
        CALCULATE(SUM ( 'plan date'[plan sum] ) - SUM ( 'submission date'[sub sum] )),
        BLANK ()
    )
)

 

Did I answer your question?
Please mark my post as solution, this will also help others.
Please give Kudos for support.

Marcus Wegener work at KUMAVISION AG , one of the world's largest
implementation partners for Microsoft Dynamics. #
"Get the most out of data, with Power BI."
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@mwegener 

Works like a charm!

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