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on 08-15-201701:53 PM - edited on 12-29-202112:47 PM by AnaMuniz
Lesson Objective: What should you do if you want to combine multiple data sources with the same rows but unique columns? Learn how to associate rows in two different datasets to each other with a data Join.
EstimatedTime: ~6 Minutes
Understand the concept of a Join to associate data in different datasets
Learn the methods by which two datasets can be Joined together and the significance of the results from a Join
Configure the outputs of your Join to best suit your analytics needs