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kwonder
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Creating a new table in Power BI

Hello,

 

I'm new to the Power BI Desktop and I'm trying to create a new table that will have columns from the multiple tables I pulled in from my source. Could someone please help me with this? Example: I have a course table and Instructor table I need to bring certain columns from each table.

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Anonymous
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Hi @kwonder,

 

   if your tables have a relationship between them you can use the NATURALINNERJOIN function() or the NATURALLEFTOUTERJOIN function(). Something like:

New Table = NATURALINNERJOIN(Course;Instructor)

or

New Table = NATURALLEFTOUTERJOIN(Course;Instructor)

 

Or if you want something different you can use the query editor mode and "merge queries".

Let me know if it works.

 

#I'M Not An Expert#

Rémi
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Hi,

 

It will be difficult to explain to you all that things.

Try to read this guide and to follow it, then if you have questions, come back here 🙂

I 'tried' following through the guide that you suggested and this appears to be a topic that is beyond that getting started set of pages.

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