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1 to many relationship with nulls on "many" side

Hi, I have created a 1-to-many relationship and am then using the RELATED() function to bring data from the "one" to the "many" side. 


I am creating a relationship with a cost code category (just a code to bucket certain costs). However, the "many" table is missing a cost code category that the "one" table has. Thus, I do not see that cost code when I visualize the "many" table with data from the "one" table.


Is there a way to create a new table that populates with the one and many data? This way, a row will be created with data from the "one" side, even if the "many" side is missing that category?


Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it!

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Hi @Anonymous ,


Can you provide example data or an example model?


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@Anonymous , You can check the merge option in the power query

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