If you don't want data to be passed as aggregates, you can either add a row level identifier into your view (e.g. primary key for the table) or under analysis menu uncheck the option "Aggregate Measures".
Hi Bora ,
Is there a way a R script can be scheduled using windows command ?
Just looking a create a bat file and looking to schedule it on a daily basics to generate a .xls .
Any help is greatly appreciated . Thank you !!
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I did an example here using Python as the language and relying on Windows Task Scheduler. Bonus here is also to append the results to a Tableau extract. If adding to extract is not relevant to your problem, you can ignore that part.
There are a few ways to run R scripts from command line which are nicely covered in this thread
Thank you very much for the info.