01-11-2023 23:30 PM - last edited 01-11-2023 23:32 PM
Problem Statement: Data has been provided with the date range in each row. Data need to be distributed or expanded for all the dates in the range.
A new solution is needed using the DAX.
The old DAX solution: here, Power Query Solution- here
In DAX, we will use Generate along with Calendar to create a table of the dates between two dates. In the same way, we create a calendar. But for each row and expand into multiple rows using Generate.
We have table like
Code for the new table with all dates between the start and end date
Expanded = GENERATE(Data,CALENDAR(Data[Start date],Data[End date]))
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Hi @amitchandak ,
Why I cannot select the start date column from the table I selected. I used the below formula and columns selected where gray:
Table = GENERATE(Population,CALENDAR(Population[Start date],Population[End date]))
Thanks Amit, for sharing this solution. how do we get startdateofmonth instead of all dates within a range.