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Charlyvil
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Complex Filter(Two list), grouping by date and graph

Hi everyone!

I've been thinking about a solution for two days and I haven't been able to solve it. I hope you can help me:

I have two tables like this:

stores

store

Section

ID

Date

Blue

Section 1

1

10/17/2019

Yellow

Section 1

2

10/17/2019

Blue

Section 2

3

11/17/2019

Blue

Section 1

4

10/17/2019

Pink

Section 1

5

12/12/2019

 

relationSells

IDProduct

productType

IDStore

1

1

1

2

1

1

3

3

1

1

1

4

2

2

5

2

2

4

 

In PowerApps y have two dropdown list:

dropDown1.Items = Distinct(Stores.store)
dropDown2.Items = I have a Filter to show available sections for that store

drops.png

So I need to filter the data(stores):

 

store

Section

ID

Date

Blue

Section 1

1

10/17/2019

Blue

Section 1

4

10/17/2019

 

Next I need to filter all ID’s (1 and 4) in relationSells:

IDProduct

productType

IDStore

1

1

1

2

1

1

3

3

1

2

2

4

 

After counting the 1,2,3,etc from productType:

productType

Count

1

2

2

1

3

1

 

And finally graph this data per month to report annually. (The date is getting from stores list):2019-10-22 23_21_08-Window.png

If you have a suggestion or solution I appreciate very much.

Thank you

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v-yutliu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Charlyvil ,

I've made a similar test based on your description.

Here's my test for your reference:

1)

dropDown1.Items = Distinct(Stores.store)
dropDown2.Items = I have a Filter to show available sections for that store 

 set drop down1's Items:

Distinct(stores,store)

 set drop down2's Items:

Distinct(Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result),Section)

 

2)filter the data(stores):

set the data table's Items:

Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result)

 

3) filter all ID’s (1 and 4) in relationSells:

set the data table's Items:

Filter(relationSells,IDStore in Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result).ID)

4) coun the 1,2,3,etc from productType:

set the data table's Items:

AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter(relationSells,IDStore in Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result).ID),
"productType","sametype"),
"Count",CountRows(sametype))

5) graph this to column chart 

set the columnchart's Items:

AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter(relationSells,IDStore in Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result).ID),
"productType","sametype"),
"Count",CountRows(sametype))

1024.PNG

 

However, your last demands "graph this data per month to report annually", I think this step need use flow. In PowerApps, it will not generate graph automatically per month.

 

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

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v-yutliu-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @Charlyvil ,

I've made a similar test based on your description.

Here's my test for your reference:

1)

dropDown1.Items = Distinct(Stores.store)
dropDown2.Items = I have a Filter to show available sections for that store 

 set drop down1's Items:

Distinct(stores,store)

 set drop down2's Items:

Distinct(Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result),Section)

 

2)filter the data(stores):

set the data table's Items:

Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result)

 

3) filter all ID’s (1 and 4) in relationSells:

set the data table's Items:

Filter(relationSells,IDStore in Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result).ID)

4) coun the 1,2,3,etc from productType:

set the data table's Items:

AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter(relationSells,IDStore in Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result).ID),
"productType","sametype"),
"Count",CountRows(sametype))

5) graph this to column chart 

set the columnchart's Items:

AddColumns(GroupBy(Filter(relationSells,IDStore in Filter(stores,store=Dropdown1.Selected.Result,Section=Dropdown2.Selected.Result).ID),
"productType","sametype"),
"Count",CountRows(sametype))

1024.PNG

 

However, your last demands "graph this data per month to report annually", I think this step need use flow. In PowerApps, it will not generate graph automatically per month.

 

 

 

Best regards,

Community Support Team _ Phoebe Liu
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly.

View solution in original post

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