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ioannagr
Creator III
Creator III

help with measure set analysis

 

Hello all, 

I'm looking to calculate a measure: a person who has done at least two checks, the last being in the last 36 months. Also the interval between the last and the previous of last time should be less than 12 months.

 

I did 

Count(DISTINCT {<
[person ID] = {"=Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 2 and Max([date]) >= AddMonths(Today(), -36) and max([date])<=Today() and round((max([date])-max([date],2))/365)<='1'"}
>}
[person ID])

 

with count(distinct date)>=2 I mean to say that there are at least two  diferent control dates .
but although there is no code error, the results i want are not correct. So i was wondering If you could help?

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GaryGiles
Specialist
Specialist

I use it to satisfy the criteria of the interval between the most recent date and the one prior should be less than 12 months.

max([date],2) represents the data previous to the most recent.  The Addmonths function adds 12 months to the date previous to the most recent date.  So, if that value is greater than the max([date]), I know the checks came within 12 months of each other.

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GaryGiles
Specialist
Specialist

Your expression looks reasonable.  I'm wondering if your calculation to determine the interval between the last date and the one before it is causing the issue:

what about this?:

Count(DISTINCT {<
[person ID] = {"=Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 2 and Max([date]) >= AddMonths(Today(), -36) and max([date])<=Today() and max([date])<=Addmonths(max([date],2),12)"}>}
[person ID])

ioannagr
Creator III
Creator III
Author

Can you explain further what this Addmonths(max([date],2),12)   did?  @GaryGiles 

GaryGiles
Specialist
Specialist

I use it to satisfy the criteria of the interval between the most recent date and the one prior should be less than 12 months.

max([date],2) represents the data previous to the most recent.  The Addmonths function adds 12 months to the date previous to the most recent date.  So, if that value is greater than the max([date]), I know the checks came within 12 months of each other.

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ioannagr
Creator III
Creator III
Author

Thank you Gary! @GaryGiles  😁👏

I have another one which confuses me. Now I have to calculate the person who: has had checks done before BUT has only one check in the last 2 months. Also the interval between the last and the one before the last one is greater than 12 months.

I did :

Count(DISTINCT {
[person ID]= {"= Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 2  and ( count(Distinct [date] =1 and Max([date]) >= AddMonths(Today(), -2) ) and max([date])<=Today() and max([date])<=Addmonths(max([date],2),12)"}
>}
[person ID])

 

but i'm not sure... What would you do in order to include both the fact that there are more than one date checks but only one in the last  2 months? 

GaryGiles
Specialist
Specialist

I think you are looking for something like this:  the 2nd count limits it to only customers who have had only 1 check in the last 2 months.

Count(DISTINCT {
[person ID]= {"= Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 2  and count({$<date={[>=$(=AddMonths(Today(),-2))]}>} Distinct date)=1 and max([date])<=Today() and max([date])<=Addmonths(max([date],2),12) and "}
>}
[person ID])

ioannagr
Creator III
Creator III
Author

@GaryGiles 

Count(DISTINCT {
[person ID]= {"= Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 2  and count({$<date={[>=$(=AddMonths(Today(),-2))]}>} Distinct date)=1 and max([date])<=Today() and max([date])<=Addmonths(max([date],2),12) and "}
>}
[person ID])

 

I removed the "and" in red and Qlik says a "}" is expected. Maybe at the part in blue?

Trying to decipher this 😁

@GaryGiles thanks for the help, appreciated.

GaryGiles
Specialist
Specialist

It's a little hard to decipher without the actual data model.  Try this:

Count({$<[person ID]= {"=(Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 2  and count({$<date={[>=$(=AddMonths(Today(),-2))]}>} Distinct date)=1 and max([date])<=Today() and max([date])<=Addmonths(max([date],2),12) )"}
>} DISTINCT  [person ID])

ioannagr
Creator III
Creator III
Author

following the same thinking, shouldn't someone who has more than one date checks ever but none in the last 12 months be like:

Count({$< [person ID]= {"=(Count(DISTINCT [date]) >= 1 and count({$<[date]={[>=$(=AddMonths(Today(),-12))]}>} Distinct [date])=0 and max([date])<=Today() "}
>} DISTINCT [person ID])   

?

It isn't . I'm doing trials right now to see if I can do some on my own🤔@GaryGiles