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I am trying to write a function to enable Tableau to calculate the difference between 2 dates, however, they are in 2 different columns and I am having a bit of trouble.

Example:

Column 1

First Opened Date - 10/01/2014

Column 2

Reviewed Date - 15/01/2014

Obviously, from this example, there are 5 days between the two different columns.

These columns are aligned in rows due to a unique ID.

Any help would be much appreciated!

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  • By using the datediff function, you could calculate the difference in days between two dates, I am using this calculation: DATEDIFF('day',[Order Date],[Ship Date])

  • You can easily recreate this with the sample data set (superstore) that ships with tableau.

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  • Please use attr(DATEDIFF('day',[Order Date],[Ship Date]))

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