Filter Out Current Week in WoW Card

Hi, I'm creating a Period Over Period card that displays number of tickets created as a week over week comparison.  I'm running into an issue:


I don't want to include the current week since the results are incomplete. 

  • When I use Date Range = This Year, Graph by = Week, and Compare to = 1 Week ago:  The Card includes all 52 weeks of the year, even though 14-52 are blank.

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  • When I use Date Range = YTD instead - it will include the current week.  I tried filtering out the current week using a beast mode comparing YEARWEEK('date') and YEARWEEK('SYSDATE()), which get's rid of the current week in my YTD but not the comparison (1 week ago).

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Is there a better way to exlucde the data from the incomplete current period from these PoP cards?




  • Cartergan
    Cartergan Contributor

    Would you be able to add Number of Tickets as a filter and filter out all Null/empty values?

  • I'm not sure how I would do that?


    I tried the following with no luck:

    • Using ticket id = null as a filter, but that doesn't work since there are no null/empty values
    • I'm unable to use an aggregate as a filter (i.e. COUNT("id"))
    • I also tried a beast mode IFNULL("id",0) and filtering out 0
  • Cartergan
    Cartergan Contributor

    My apologies, you're correct in saying that approach doesn't work. It seems like your data starts with a date table and then joins in the ticket responses. Would it be possible to join the date to your responses so there are no blank dates?

  • I'm not actually joining any data here.  I'm just pulling in tickets with x= "Created Date" and Y= Count of "id".  Both values are always present.  Even so, my date filter is already ignoring empty dates by only pulling in data for a specified range.


    The standard table is fine, it's just the "1 Week Ago" data that Domo is dynamically pulling that is suspect.

  • Cartergan
    Cartergan Contributor

    Try this:


    Then use this as your filter. Hopefully I'm understanding right haha!

  • Cartergan
    Cartergan Contributor

    Scratch that: the week over week still shows week 13. Let me keep playing around with this and I will let you know what I figure out. 

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