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Anonymous
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Getting rid of NeuN value

I have a database coming from a .csv file. However, I am getting some cell values with "NeuN" after loading the csv file into Power Bi. These cells in original csv file have next value " NaN".

 

To make sure about the error, I edit the query and obtain a new column based on try expression. However, "HasError" is always False.

 

Is there any way of getting rid of "NewN" values? Is it possible to replace them for null or empty ones?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

 

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Anonymous
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@Anonymous Testing different things you suggest, leads me to the original csv. I added a new row and saved it again. Now, when loading into Power Bi, there is no problem at all to get rid off the NaN values. I can use "replace values" and It recognizes them perfectly. I presume there must be an error in the way csv file is built from original source. Thanks for your help!

 

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Anonymous
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Firstly, it's actually the DNA splicing regulator Fox-3 (Kim, Adelstein & Kawamoto, J Biol Chem. 2009;284(45):31052-61. doi: 10.1074/jbc.M109.052969) and NeuN antibodies cross-react with the synaptic protein synapsin I.
Secondly, NeuN is specific to neurons, but not all neurons express NeuN; specifically, it is not expressed by cerebellar Purkinje neurons, olfactory bulb mitral cells (Mullen, Buck & Smith, Development. 1992;116(1):201-11. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1483388), sympathetic chain ganglion neurons, cortical Cajal-Retzius neurons, nor neurons of the inferior olive and dentate nuclei (Sarnat, Nochlin & Born, Brain Dev. 1998;20(2):88-94.

 

Tahreem24
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@Anonymous ,

 

You can create calculated COlumn like below:

Column = IF(CONTAINSSTRING(Table[ColumnName],"NueN"),"",Table[ColumnName])
 
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calerof
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Hi @Anonymous ,

 

You could try this. Go to Power Query, i.e. Transform Data, then select the column with NaN, change data type to Decimal Number, and then under the Transform ribbon, go to Replace Errors, and replace with 0. 

 

This way you'll get a clean numeric field.

 

Hope it helps.

 

Regards,

 

Fernando

 

Anonymous
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Hi Calerof,

 

Thanks for your answer. Nonetheless, it is not about one column but many of them. At the same time, these columns have already a Decimal Number data type. So, what I would like to do it is select oll of them and replace the NeuN value by nulls for example. Not sure if that is possible...

 

Anonymous
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Hi @Anonymous 

 

I think this issue is consistent for all columns at same row.

Hence even if you apply filter at particular column this will remove all associated rows.

 

Query editor-> and unselected only neun values from any column.

 

Thanks & regards,
Pravin Wattamwar
www.linkedin.com/in/pravin-p-wattamwar

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Anonymous
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In the query editor you can select all column then press right mouse button and use replace values. Search for NeuN and replace with 0 or a space.

 

Anonymous
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@Anonymous  I have already did that but it does nothing. NaN values are still there.

 

Anonymous
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What happens if you do not pull it in as a decimal but as a text? what does it show then?

Could you maybe share anonimized sample data for me to try somethings myself?

 

Anonymous
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@Anonymous Testing different things you suggest, leads me to the original csv. I added a new row and saved it again. Now, when loading into Power Bi, there is no problem at all to get rid off the NaN values. I can use "replace values" and It recognizes them perfectly. I presume there must be an error in the way csv file is built from original source. Thanks for your help!

 

Anonymous
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Glad i could help 😛

Please consider marking your reaction as a solution as i can be helpfull for others 🙂

Happy building! 😄

 

calerof
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@Anonymous ,

 

1. Transform Data

2. Select column with errors, i.e. Column2

3. Add conditional column

4. AddCondColumn.png

 

 

Anonymous
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@calerof thanks for your help. As @Anonymous suggest, I have marked my answer as a solution for this thread.

 

Anonymous
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why don't you simply remove those values.

 

Transform date -> select any column -> uncheck NEun Value ->Close and apply.

 

Thanks & regards,
Pravin Wattamwar
www.linkedin.com/in/pravin-p-wattamwar

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