Oz du Soleil demonstrates the Right Outer join in Get & Transform to merge two data sets. Oz shows both the why and the how.
- [Instructor] Let's take on the right outer join.…You and I are hosting a new product orientation,…we've got these two sets of data…and there's this question now.…Of the people who are enrolled,…what departments are they in?…Okay looking at our data set we do know who's enrolled…and we have their department information in another set,…so if that's what we want to do…is retrieve the department information…into the enrolled data set and we're going…to do that with the right outer join.…
Okay we have to create our queries…with the cursor in the enrolled data set.…We go to Data, From Table.…Here's our data, I'm going to close and load…it as a connection only because I don't want…to repeat data that we already have.…Close and load to, only create connection, load.…And we see in the workbook queries pane,…enrolled is loaded as a connection only.…
Now let's make our other query.…Cursor in that data set, From Table.…Close and load to, only connection.…Now we're ready to merge our data.…New query, combine queries, merge.…
AuthorOz du Soleil
- What is Get & Transform?
- Querying data
- Working with columns
- Using formulas
- Pivoting and unpivoting data
- Grouping data
- Appending a query
- Merging/combining data with joins
Skill Level Intermediate
1. What Is Get & Transform?
2. Working with Queries
3. Working with Columns
4. Working with Formulas
5. Pivoting and Unpivoting Data
Group data2m 31s
7. Appending a Query
8. Merging Data with Joins
9. Putting It All Together and Applying Your Learning
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