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sbenzaquen
Helper I
Helper I

append/calculate two different tables

Hi,

 

I have two data tables that I would like to aggregate. They have different column names and orders. 

 

Could you please let me know how would you aggregate both tables?

 

For instance:

  • Table 1 has the following columns: Client name, client country, supplier name, supplier country
  • table 2 has the following columns: Supplier name, Supplier Country

 

I want to create an aggregated table that would have Supplier Name and Supplier country data from both tables.

 

Thank you in advance.

 

Kind regards,

Salvador

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@sbenzaquen ,

Try like this example

a new table 

Distinct(union (

Summarize(Table1,[Supplier name], [Supplier Country]),

Summarize(Table2,[Supplier name], [Supplier Country])

))

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amitchandak
Super User
Super User

@sbenzaquen ,

Try like this example

a new table 

Distinct(union (

Summarize(Table1,[Supplier name], [Supplier Country]),

Summarize(Table2,[Supplier name], [Supplier Country])

))

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