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AleksandrMe
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Looking for Measure or Column formula to analyze only last row of same source

Good day All, 

 

I'm looking for Formula for new column.  below is data example: 

 

SHOPInspection Date Finding
SHOP 123-03-21Yes
SHOP 223-03-21No
SHOP 323-03-21Yes
SHOP 113-10-2020No 
SHOP 213-10-2020Yes
SHOP 313-10-2020Yes

 

What I will do, is the additional column with custom points for each SHOP.

For example, SHOP 1 inspected recently O points, if inspected more than 12 moth ago, then 1 point.

Another Column will add 1 point if finding is YES 

Finally last column will caclulate points and show where is most and this would need attention. 

 

Problem: Shops inspected and reinspected various times and once new insoection is done, old one is obsolete. So, I;m lloking for the function which reads only last source. Ideally i'm looking for the measure formula to put all together into separate visual. 

 

Thanks

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Vera_33
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Solution Sage

Hi @AleksandrMe 

 

The previous Findings count 1 point or not? Something like this?

 

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last Date = MAX(Table1[Inspection Date ])

test = 
VAR CurDate = [last Date]
VAR findings = IF(CALCULATE(MAX(Table1[Finding]),Table1[Inspection Date ]=CurDate)="Yes",1,0)
VAR last12month = IF(COUNTROWS(FILTER(Table1,Table1[Inspection Date ]<CurDate&&Table1[Inspection Date ]>EDATE(CurDate,-12)))>0,0,1)
RETURN
findings+last12month

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