I have used a table with multiple paragraphs of text (ACTIVITY_SUMMARY in Right First Time table) as the source data for a Word Cloud and want to include custom Stop Words from a separate file.
I have imported the stop words (Stop Word in Exclusions table) and added an index to both tables and connected them with a One:One Both directions cross filter connection but the words in the Exclusions table are still appearing in the word cloud.
(Indexing, linking from https://community.powerbi.com/t5/Desktop/Word-Cloud-stop-words-from-data/td-p/115890)
I have tried all different valid connection types between the two tables and I have tried restricting the data in the Right First Time table but nothing works.
Any help gratefully received - I feel that this should just work 'out of the box?!
@ChemEnger I think I know what is going on. Do you have time to jump on a Teams/Zoom call. Reach out directly to me via email, my email is in my signature. Will be easier to discuss and go over it.
It's taken me a while (but I have written a sweet word-shuffle function!) to cleanse the data and I have now uploaded three files to Github:
All are saved on GitHub at https://github.com/ChemEnger/PowerBIWordCloud
In brief, I have no idea whay the Stop Words aren't working!!
@ChemEnger not sure you need to create that relationship. Remove it and then test it.
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Thanks for the suggestion. This is where I started from as I thought it was the logical approach, but I get this error message:
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