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Hello (again) Forum,
Looks like I might be experiencing a bug that some others have seen in versions past. I'm doing some manipulation of raw JSON from a Twitter feed and am trying to use the "Select Attributes" operator to subset the attributes carried forward in my Process. It seems that after a Pivot, the "subset" feature of Select Attributes does NOT allow me to choose attributes from my example set. What's up with that?
Here is what my data looks like after it has been Pivoted:
And here's the Select Attributes window afterward:
***EDIT*** I did confirm that I can manually add the missing attributes to the subset list, I can also refer to them to rename them
Solved! Go to Solution.
Pretty crazy but enabling the "Synchronize Meta Data with Real data" option in the "Process" menu fixed this issue.
Got the idea from a similar but different issue: RapidMiner-Studio/Log-to-Data-Missing-Attribute-Names
I have the most recent recent version of RapidMiner and cannot get the Attributes List to show up. I am using Read CSV - I added Guess Type and also clicked on the Syncronize Meta Data with Real Data. I can type in the attribute - but it still shows an error but will run. I don't recall seeing the same issues with the previous point release of RapidMiner. Any help with this would be deeply appreciated as this has been frustrating.