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## Return first non blank date per account per group

I have a dataset: How can I get the first non-blank date per account? 1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

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## Re: Return first non blank date per account per group

Hi @ekaponkratova ,

According to your snapshot, did you mean you want to get the first date for each continuous date range per account group?

If this is a case, does your table data group are stored with continuous date or random date collection?

If you mean continuous data, you can write calculate columns to use date as index to looping table records and mark tag. (is continuous)

```isContinuous =
VAR previous =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Date], [Date] - 1 )
VAR next =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Date], [Date] + 1 )
RETURN
IF (
AND ( [Date] <> BLANK (), OR ( previous <> BLANK (), next <> BLANK () ) ),
1,
0
)
```

Otherwise, you need to enter to query editor and add an index column for each account group.

```isContinuous =
VAR previous =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Index], [Index] - 1 )
VAR next =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Index], [Index] + 1 )
RETURN
IF (
AND ( [Date] <> BLANK (), OR ( previous <> BLANK (), next <> BLANK () ) ),
1,
0
)```

After you finish creating IsContinuous column, you can simply write calculate column formula to use this field to lookup correspond records. (power bi data model does not contain column/row index to find out specific records)

```First Continuous Date =
IF (
[isContinuous] = 1,
VAR nearlest =
CALCULATE (
MAX ( T3[Index] ),
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( T3 ),
[id] = AVERAGE ( T3[id] )
&& [Index] < EARLIER ( T3[Index] )
&& [isContinuous] = 0
)
)
RETURN
LOOKUPVALUE ( T3[Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Index], nearlest + 1 ),
IF ( [isContinuous] = 0 && [Date] <> BLANK (), [Date] )
)
``` Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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## Re: Return first non blank date per account per group

Hi @ekaponkratova ,

According to your snapshot, did you mean you want to get the first date for each continuous date range per account group?

If this is a case, does your table data group are stored with continuous date or random date collection?

If you mean continuous data, you can write calculate columns to use date as index to looping table records and mark tag. (is continuous)

```isContinuous =
VAR previous =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Date], [Date] - 1 )
VAR next =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Date], [Date] + 1 )
RETURN
IF (
AND ( [Date] <> BLANK (), OR ( previous <> BLANK (), next <> BLANK () ) ),
1,
0
)
```

Otherwise, you need to enter to query editor and add an index column for each account group.

```isContinuous =
VAR previous =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Index], [Index] - 1 )
VAR next =
LOOKUPVALUE ( [Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Index], [Index] + 1 )
RETURN
IF (
AND ( [Date] <> BLANK (), OR ( previous <> BLANK (), next <> BLANK () ) ),
1,
0
)```

After you finish creating IsContinuous column, you can simply write calculate column formula to use this field to lookup correspond records. (power bi data model does not contain column/row index to find out specific records)

```First Continuous Date =
IF (
[isContinuous] = 1,
VAR nearlest =
CALCULATE (
MAX ( T3[Index] ),
FILTER (
ALLSELECTED ( T3 ),
[id] = AVERAGE ( T3[id] )
&& [Index] < EARLIER ( T3[Index] )
&& [isContinuous] = 0
)
)
RETURN
LOOKUPVALUE ( T3[Date], T3[id], [id], T3[Index], nearlest + 1 ),
IF ( [isContinuous] = 0 && [Date] <> BLANK (), [Date] )
)
``` Regards,

Xiaoxin Sheng

Community Support Team _ Xiaoxin Sheng
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

For learning resources/Release notes, please visit: | |

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