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Topic Title: Spotfire multiple data tables
Topic Summary: visualizing data from 2 tables that are linked through a 3rd
Created On: 10/9/2015 12:20 PM
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 10/9/2015 12:20 PM
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I have data in 2 tables (A and B) that are linked to each other through a third table (C). So all three tables share one column. I want to make a scatter plot that will have axes from categorical columns in table A, but marker by, color by and size by categorical columns in table B. How is this done? I have tried using each table as the 'main' table for the plot, but when I go to set an axis to [A].[column], it complains that I have to aggregate the data. It's categorical data, so aggregation in this context doesn't make sense.

Help is appreciated.

 12/4/2018 6:24 AM
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Yes, You are right when you link tables you need an aggregation method to visualize a column from another table.

There are two workarounds for that issue:

  1. You can select an aggregation method that not change your results (For example UniqueConcatenate).

  2. Or you can merge the tables to select the column without aggregation.



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