This post is part of the series, Deep Dive.
It’s easy to merge data when you have an identifier available, but what happens when there’s no definitive link between your datasets? Enter the Cartesian Join.
A Cartesian Join links each row of one table to every row of another table. You can easily create a Cartesian Join in Construct, but they can be resource-intensive and can produce billions of unnecessary rows of data if you don’t set them up correctly.
In this session, we’ll offer tricks for improving processing speed and efficiency when working with Cartesian joins.
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