8 Replies Latest reply: Sep 22, 2015 11:59 AM by Nick King

# Greater Than in Set Analysis

Hi,

I'm trying to sum a field where it's week paid date is greater than the 24/08/2015 using Set Analysis where the date of the 24/08/2015 is calculated by a variable. When I view the variable result in a text box is displays as 24/08/2015. When I use that variable in Set Analysis I get no answer to the calculation. If I just type the date in manually it works.

This is how it looks with the date manually typed

=Sum({1<WeekPaid={">=24/08/2015"}>}treatment_count)

This is my latest attempt at getting that to work with the variable

=Sum({1<WeekPaid={">=\$(vFour_Weeks_Ago)"}>} treatment_count)

=\$(vFour_Weeks_Ago) returns 24/08/2015

Where am I going wrong?

Thanks

Nick

• ###### Re: Greater Than in Set Analysis

May be

=Sum({1<WeekPaid={">=\$(Date(vFour_Weeks_Ago))"}>} treatment_count)

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Thanks Manish but that hasn't solved the problem. Putting that in is bringing back the sum of everything in the dashboard so it's now ignoring the modifier.

• ###### Re: Greater Than in Set Analysis

Hi,

You need date function after the \$ (dollar sign expansion)

=Sum({1<WeekPaid={">=\$(=Date(vFour_Weeks_Ago))"}>} treatment_count)

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Thanks Gabriel. Unfortunately when I try that the result of the formula becomes 0 rather than the 37,000 I'm looking for.

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Because the variable is formatted as a date, you will need single quotes (so its not interpreted as 24 divided by 8 divided by 2015):

=Sum({1<WeekPaid={">='\$(vFour_Weeks_Ago)'"}>} treatment_count)

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Sorry Jonathan that doesn't appear to work either but thanks for replying

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Actually making a slight amendment to Gabriel's answer appears to have solved this.

=Sum({1<WeekPaid={">=\$(=\$(vFour_Weeks_Ago))"}>} treatment_count)

is giving the right answer.

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After viewing the Load Script editor I exited without reloading and the formula was no longer working. Currently the formula below is working but as there is obviously a bug in the software I don't know how long the solution will hold.

=sum({1<WeekPaid={".=\$(vFour_Weeks_Ago)"}>} treatment_count)