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mtworski
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Data from different table in a R visual.

Hello,

 

I need to use data from different tables in an R visual.

These tables have of course a different number of row.

 

But, PowerBI forces to put all the data in a same dataframe, which is not working if the column length aren't equal.

 

Do you have any idea to fix this ?

Maybe I can change the autolatic lines powerBI is adding to my script ?

 

Thanks a lot.

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v-sihou-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

@mtworski

 

In this scenario, I suggest you create a calculated table to SUMMARIZE() column both tables together. Then drag fields from this calculated table into R visual to execute your R script.

 

Regards,

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v-sihou-msft
Microsoft
Microsoft

@mtworski

 

In this scenario, I suggest you create a calculated table to SUMMARIZE() column both tables together. Then drag fields from this calculated table into R visual to execute your R script.

 

Regards,

mtworski
Frequent Visitor

Hello,

 

I need to use data from different tables in a R visual.

These tables have of course different number of rows.

Unfortunately, PowerBI forces these datas in a same dataframe, which won't work as the column will have different length.

Do you have any idea ?

Maybe I can remove/change these automatic lines added to my script ?

 

Thank you and sorry for english mistakes if any.

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