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Return current value from LastNonBlank by date

Hi,

I have a table "DividendStocks" and I need a column or measure like "Shares":

 StockTicker Date Purchase Shares (what I need) PEP Jan 0 50 GILD Jan 0 200 SVK Jan 100 150 PEP Dec 50 50 GILD Dec 200 200 SVK Dec 50 50

I have tried this calc column but it does not seem to work properly.

Shares =
var LastNonBlankDate = CALCULATE(MAX(DividendStocks[Date]),FILTER(ALL(DividendStocks),DividendStocks[Date]<=MAX(DividendStocks[Date]) && DividendStocks[Purchase]<>0))
var LastNonBlankST = CALCULATE(MAX(DividendStocks[StockTicker]),FILTER(ALL(DividendStocks),DividendStocks[StockTicker] <>""))
RETURN
CALCULATE(SUM(DividendStocks[Purchase]),
FILTER(ALL(DividendStocks),DividendStocks[Date] = LastNonBlankDate))

Thanks!
Mikkel
1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION
Community Support

Hi @MIchri,

Try measure as:

``````shares =

CALCULATE(

SUM(DividendStocks[Purchase]),

FILTER(

ALL(DividendStocks),

DividendStocks[Date]<=MAX('Table'[Date]) &&  DividendStocks[Purchase]<>0 && DividendStocks[StockTicker]=MAX(DividendStocks[StockTicker]) && DividendStocks[StockTicker] <>""))``````

Here is the output:

Here is the demo, please try it: Return current value from LastNonBlank by date

Best Regards,

If this post helps then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

2 REPLIES 2
Community Support

Hi @MIchri,

Try measure as:

``````shares =

CALCULATE(

SUM(DividendStocks[Purchase]),

FILTER(

ALL(DividendStocks),

DividendStocks[Date]<=MAX('Table'[Date]) &&  DividendStocks[Purchase]<>0 && DividendStocks[StockTicker]=MAX(DividendStocks[StockTicker]) && DividendStocks[StockTicker] <>""))``````

Here is the output:

Here is the demo, please try it: Return current value from LastNonBlank by date

Best Regards,

If this post helps then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

Super User III

@MIchri it is easier if you add a date dimension in your model and work from it. To add a date dimension, check my blog post and then you can add this measure

``Previous Month Shares = CALCULALTE ( SUM ( Table[Purchase] ), PREVIOUSMONTH ( DateTable[Date] ) )  ``

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