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Anonymous
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Trend Filter Help

Hi All!

 

I am struggling to create a visual that helps calculate how many ID's and the cost I had over the last year, considering the open and closed date. Through the HR Analytics - Active Employee, Hire and Termination trend  page, I can find the total over all time, but I'm struggling on filtering to only include the last year. So I'd like all ID's and the cost with:

  • In>=February 2020 OR
  • Out >=February 2020 OR
  • Out is blank

The cost should only be included between the two dates. And if the Out date >=February 2020 but the In date is before February 2020, I'd like it to just show that's an ongoing cost from the start in February 2020 until the Out date. Hope that makes better sense! If not, please let me know. Thanks again for all the help!

 

Adapted this formula, but it's not working my my needs exactly:

Current Employees = CALCULATE(COUNTx(FILTER(Employee,Employee[Start Date]<=max('Date'[Date]) && (ISBLANK(Employee[End Date]) || Employee[End Date]>max('Date'[Date]))),(Employee[Employee Id ])),CROSSFILTER(Employee[Start Date],'Date'[Date],None))

 

IDInOutCost
16/30/20209/30/2020 $      4,000
26/30/202010/2/2020 $         800
37/4/20201/1/2021 $      1,000
47/8/20209/30/2020 $      2,000
58/8/20209/30/2020 $      1,000
68/8/20209/9/2020 $      1,300
78/20/20201/2/2021 $         700
89/20/202010/2/2020 $         800
99/20/202012/1/2021 $      8,000
109/20/202011/1/2021 $      1,000
1110/1/202012/1/2021 $      2,000
1210/10/202011/1/2021 $      1,230
1310/10/20201/2/2021 $      1,450
1410/20/20202/1/2021 $      7,000
1511/4/2022012/1/2021 $      2,300
1611/4/2022012/3/2021 $         700
1711/4/202012/3/2021 $      2,400
1811/4/202012/3/2021 $      3,102
1911/4/20201/2/2021 $      4,000
2012/1/20201/2/2021 $      2,540
2112/1/2020  $      4,500
221/20/2021  $      3,000
231/20/20212/2/2021 $      1,200
241/20/20212/20/2021 $      3,400
251/20/2021  $      4,500
261/20/2021  $      8,000
271/20/2021  $      2,310
281/20/2021  $      1,200
292/2/2021  $         900
302/2/2021  $      3,000
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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try with Min on start date

Current Employees = CALCULATE(COUNTx(FILTER(Employee,Employee[Start Date]<=Min('Date'[Date]) && (ISBLANK(Employee[End Date]) || Employee[End Date]>max('Date'[Date]))),(Employee[Employee Id ])),CROSSFILTER(Employee[Start Date],'Date'[Date],None))

 

if need do same for max. Also check for <= or >=

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@Anonymous , Try with Min on start date

Current Employees = CALCULATE(COUNTx(FILTER(Employee,Employee[Start Date]<=Min('Date'[Date]) && (ISBLANK(Employee[End Date]) || Employee[End Date]>max('Date'[Date]))),(Employee[Employee Id ])),CROSSFILTER(Employee[Start Date],'Date'[Date],None))

 

if need do same for max. Also check for <= or >=

Anonymous
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Exactly what I was looking for! Thanks so much, @amitchandak !

Anonymous
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Hi @amitchandak,

Thanks again for all your help! When applying this to real life, for some reason the visual is inaccurate, not considering tickets created this month (or in this case, employees onboarded this month). Can you help me see where it went wrong?

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