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How to replace blank values with "0"?

harshparikhxlrd
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Trying to replace the blank values on my dashboard with 0s. If table is empty, should display 0. On the logs data, it is simply blank.

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aberkow
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Since you said you tried fillnull, I'm guessing they're being read in as empty strings. For that specific column, you can specifically try

| eval invalid=if(isnull(invalid) OR invalid="", 0, invalid)
Otherwise fillnull value=0 should fill any fields that are null. You can also check if the column is actually null or not by doing this:

| eval isInvalidNull=if(isnull(invalid), 1, 0)
and compute this column just to validate that theory

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aberkow
Builder

Since you said you tried fillnull, I'm guessing they're being read in as empty strings. For that specific column, you can specifically try

| eval invalid=if(isnull(invalid) OR invalid="", 0, invalid)
Otherwise fillnull value=0 should fill any fields that are null. You can also check if the column is actually null or not by doing this:

| eval isInvalidNull=if(isnull(invalid), 1, 0)
and compute this column just to validate that theory

TrangCIC81
Communicator

@aberkow wrote:

Otherwise fillnull value=0 should fill any fields that are null.



Works for me. 

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