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Pivot and Chart-Please help!!!

MARU
Level 2
Pivot and Chart-Please help!!!

I have attached an excel file that I do weekly with an updated refreshed data.  I wanted to mimic this in Dataiku for automation.  I don't know much coding so using the prepare recipe but its not working.  I need help.  

In my attached file, I have a raw extract where I want to "transpose" the dates into rows with naming that column "date".  Then I wanted the column "P to be  the columns with the Metric.  Then I wanted to do the basic chart that looks like that with dates on X axis and filter by "P" and use column "Metric".   but unable to do it.  I need help!!!  I would appreciate a step by step approach since I'm new this and trying to learn. 

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Berilio
Level 2
Level 2

Hi, in prepare recipe set "fold multiple columns by pattern" step to convert data columns in rows, and next parse date step.

Then in chart tab you can show values(sum) by date and Metric  and you can filter by P.

 

MARU
Level 2
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Hi I used the "fold method" that you showed in the pic but don't understand how are you getting the "Columns to fold pattern"  .*?\d\d\d\d\d\d\.  It is not working for me at all.  I tried doing the "find with Smart pattern" but it is not working.  I attached the screenshot.Cap1.PNG

 

 
 

 

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CoreyS
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MARU
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I have completed the basic trainings but I'm not sure what regex code is in the fold and Dataiku notes are not helpful as well.

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CoreyS
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Hi @MARU thank you for your feedback. Here are some additional resources you may find helpful:

I hope this helps!

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MarkPundurs
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Things we learned while making this work:

CoreyS
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Thank you for sharing your feedback and solution @MarkPundurs. We’ll be sure to surface your feedback for review. Thanks again.

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Berilio
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Hi, this pattern is for 0000/00/00 format. First I click on blue words "Find with Smart Pattern" and then i write on "write your own regex here..." box.

Maybe you can try with ([0-9]{4}/[0-9]{2}/[0-9]{2}) pattern. This should work  too.

I attached a screenshoot.

Regards