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Helper II
Helper II

Can I Merge two visuals into one?

Is there a method to merger or union the first two visuals to create a third one as depicted below? 


Visual 1                                 Visual 2                            Visual 3 

Name      ID                          Name   Num                     Name   Number

Mary      1000                       Mark    9999                      Mark    9999

                                                                                       Mary    1000

Community Support
Community Support

Hi @U156531 ,


It doesn't seem to be straightforward to merge two separate visuals into one overall visual.


Also the values of the column fields in the powerbi table are of the same type, while id in visual and num in visual2 are not of the same type, what does the merge represent?


Finally, merge or append operations are table-based operations rather than visual objects. You can refer to below document:

Append queries - Power Query | Microsoft Learn

Merge queries overview - Power Query | Microsoft Learn


Best Regards,
Adamk Kong


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Helper II
Helper II

The data for the first two visuals is from the same table. 

Super User
Super User

Hi @U156531 ,


Where is the information comming for both visuals? Is it from the same table? Is it from different tables? are they related somehow?


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