If you're talking about the date of the Great Flood within the generational dating of the book of Genesis, there are many tables that show this. Here is one example:
(Note: Posting of this table does not imply agreement with all of its text.)
Though there are similar tables that continue the dating through the rest of the Old Testament to the time of Christ, connecting the Flood to our current calendar system, they are necessarily based on less solid genealogies and dates in the Bible, especially during the five or six centuries from the time of the Babylonian captivity to the time of Christ, in which there are major gaps in the biblical record. At that point the dating depends on extra-biblical historical sources providing possible dates for historical events recorded in the Bible.
Further, though we can date the Babylonian captivity fairly accurately from extra-biblical historical records (Babylonian, Persian, etc.) the biblical dating from the time of the Egyptian captivity to the time of the Babylonian captivity is nowhere near as clear-cut as it is from Adam to Joseph, making it difficult to pin down exactly how many years elapsed during that time period.
All of this is why there is not the level of agreement in biblical dating from the time of Joseph to Christ, and up to the present calendar system, that there is from the time of Adam to Joseph, even if we assume that the Bible provides an accurate and historical account of the events it describes.