A question from a freshman (version 15 community edition user): My data are registered in separate datasets according to visit/sequence. Is there an easy way to feed these separate datasets into one main dataset (which includes all visits) real-time ?
Jon (LabKey DevOps) responded:
You could possibly use a JOIN query or a UNION query to aggregate all of the study datasets together and then create a Query Snapshot that will treat that new query you created in the Study schema as a dataset that can refresh itself automatically with a timer as short as 30 seconds.
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