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If you refresh the data in the table containing the column, the return value of NOW() will be updated A refresh causes a recalculation The same applies if you are in Manual Calculation mode and you choose Calculate Now The TODAY() function appears later in this chapter
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There Is No QUARTER()
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Partly in order to conform to existing Excel functions, there is no QUARTER() function in DAX This example presents just one of a few possible solutions to extract the quarter from a date The example is for a calculated column in the Orders table
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=IF(MONTH(Orders[OrderDate])<=3,1,IF(MONTH(Orders[OrderDate])<=6,2, IF(MONTH(Orders[OrderDate])<=9,3,4)))
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You might also try the CONCATENATE() function to prepend the letter Q to the quarter number CONCATENATE() is a Text function and is discussed in 10 Or you might want to try this approach:
=IF(MONTH(Orders[OrderDate])<=3,"Q1", IF(MONTH(Orders[OrderDate])<=6,"Q2",IF(MONTH(Orders[OrderDate])<=9,"Q3"," Q4")))
As an alternative to a DAX formula, you may want to return the quarter as part of an import query Here are two possible SQL Server solutions:
select datepart(qq,orderdate) as MonthName from orders select 'Q' + cast(datepart(qq,orderdate) as char) as MonthName from orders
SECOND()
SECOND() operates on date columns or on strings to give the second, from 0 to 59 The example is for a calculated column in any table
Syntax
=SECOND("2001/12/31 5:19:45 PM")
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If you try this on the OrderDate column in the Orders table, it will result in zeros The OrderDate column is the date only, without any time element As such, it defaults to midnight exactly down to the second
TIME()
TIME() converts a comma-separated list of numbers into a time All three of the examples have the same result The examples are for calculated columns in any table
Syntax
=TIME(17,0,0) =TIME(41,0,0) =TIME(0,1020,0)
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You may need to change the format to see the same result The second function subtracts 24 from 41 to give 17 The third one divides 1020 by 60, again to give 17 Try not to use the result as a date the date will be 30 Dec 1899! The TIME() function will also implicitly convert text values into numbers:
=TIME("0","1020","0")
TIMEVALUE()
TIME() can work on a list of three text values TIMEVALUE() is designed for a single string The examples are for calculated columns in any table
Syntax
=TIMEVALUE("17:00:00") =TIMEVALUE("5:00:00 PM")
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Analysis
The result has a date data type Once again, you may want to adjust the format of the result
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TODAY()
NOW() results in the current date and time TODAY() simply returns the current date The example is for a calculated column in any table
Syntax
=TODAY() + 10
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Analysis
The example adds ten days to today s date Your result is going to be different! The date s time element will be midnight
WEEKDAY()
If you want to ascertain the day of the week as a number, try WEEKDAY() By default, Sunday is the first day of the week This corresponds to the explicit second parameter in the second example The examples are for calculated columns in the Orders table
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Syntax
=WEEKDAY(Orders[OrderDate]) =WEEKDAY(Orders[OrderDate],1)
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Both of the examples have the same answer The default for the first day of the week is Sunday The second example makes the default explicit The return value is a number from 1 to 7 Should the first day of your week be Monday, try the following formula (the return value will be a number between 0 and 6):
=WEEKDAY(Orders[OrderDate],2)
WEEKNUM()
WEEKNUM() is used for the week number of the year The examples are for calculated columns in the Orders table
Syntax
=WEEKNUM(Orders[OrderDate]) =WEEKNUM(Orders[OrderDate],1)
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You should receive the same result from both examples The week number is influenced by the day of the week that starts the week The default value is 1 for Sunday If your week begins on a Monday, this is the formula:
=WEEKNUM(Orders[OrderDate],2)
YEAR()
YEAR() returns the year (calendar year) from a date The example is a calculated column in the Orders table
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