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Cumulative sum - Start time as Categories & Count of Start time

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Cumulative sum - Start time as Categories & Count of Start time

Hi,

I need help in getting the cumulative sum of the sample matrix table below


Time Count of time
06:00 - 10
07:00 - 20
08:00 - 30
09:30 - 40

The time and count of time were all from the same column.

RE: Cumulative sum - Start time as Categories & Count of Start t

Hi Katherine,

Thank you for the forum question.

You will have to split the column into two columns to calculate cumulative sum.

To help with the DAX for the cumulative sum I will need to know if you have a DATE table and if the cumulative sum should be calculated over periods.


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RE: Cumulative sum - Start time as Categories & Count of Start t

Hi Jens,

Thank you for your response.

Will split it into two columns as suggested.

Yes, I do have a date table on my dataset.

I am not sure if it is possible, but I would like the count to reduce once particularly shift has ended.

For instance, the shift will start at 6AM and end at 2PM.
Then, it wouldn't be counted anymore for the succeeding intervals.
Please see sample below:

06:00 1
06:30 1
07:00 1
07:30 1
08:00 1
08:30 1
09:00 1
09:30 1
10:00 1
10:30 1
11:00 1
11:30 1
12:00 1
12:30 1
13:00 1
13:30 1
14:00 0
14:30 0
15:00 0
15:30 0

 

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