Assuming my heading is the time: Jan 19, Feb 19 to Dec. 20. This is due to a parameter set. and the range changes based on the parameter to be set.
My line item will be Date in number. this will make Jan 20 - Dec 20 to 1, 2, 3 and so on. I have successfully sequenced Jan 20 - Dec 20.
However Jan 19 to Dec 19 will have to be sequenced as -12, -11, -10 and so one. Making Dec 19 the -1 in the sequence.
How can i possibly pull this off using a number format?
Thanks,
Elaine
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Absolutely!
Here's my time selection module and formulas:
The Year difference formula is very important:
ROUND((START(Launch Year) - START(Start Year)) / 365) * 12
And here's the formula for the Number line item in a module dimensioned only by time
IF ITEM(Time) < Time selection.Launch Year THEN IF ITEM(Time) = Time selection.Start Year THEN Time selection.Year difference * -1 ELSE PREVIOUS(Number) + 1 ELSE IF ITEM(Time) = Time selection.Launch Year THEN 1 ELSE PREVIOUS(Number) + 1
Result:
Let me know if that works
Regards,
Anirudh
Hi Elaine,
Assuming your line item is called Number, try this formula in the line item
IF ITEM(Time) = Time.'Jan 19' THEN -12 ELSE PREVIOUS(Number) + 1
Let me know if it works
It looks good except that u hardcoded "-12" in the formula. Is there a way to not hard code it?
Assuming the parameters state that:
Start year: FY18
Launch year: FY20
That is where the users set the parameters. So the start month of Start year and Launch year is January. From that given info, how can i make the sequence without hardcording the distance between Jan 18 (being the -24) and Jan 20 (being the +1). No "0" in between the +1 and the -1 by the way.
Thanks again,
Elaine
Absolutely!
Here's my time selection module and formulas:
The Year difference formula is very important:
ROUND((START(Launch Year) - START(Start Year)) / 365) * 12
And here's the formula for the Number line item in a module dimensioned only by time
IF ITEM(Time) < Time selection.Launch Year THEN IF ITEM(Time) = Time selection.Start Year THEN Time selection.Year difference * -1 ELSE PREVIOUS(Number) + 1 ELSE IF ITEM(Time) = Time selection.Launch Year THEN 1 ELSE PREVIOUS(Number) + 1
Result:
Let me know if that works
Regards,
Anirudh
Here is solution that hopefully works for you, I broke it up into 3 line items:
Elaine: IF ITEM(Time) = IF ITEM(Time) = SYS Global.Elaine Date THEN 1 ELSE IF NEXT(Elaine) = 1 THEN -1 ELSE IF ITEM(Time) < SYS Global.Elaine Date THEN NEXT(Elaine) - 1 ELSE 0
Next Elaine: IF ITEM(Time) > SYS Global.Elaine Date THEN PREVIOUS(Elaine) + 1 ELSE 0
Final Elaine: Elaine + Next Elaine
Hope this helps,
Rob