Modifying existing joins in ArcGIS Insights

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01-24-2020 07:07 AM
AndrewRudin1
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I'm new to insights and am new to Insights and am trying to understand the process to join several tables together for analysis.  Is there a way to modify a table join after I've created it?  For example, below I created an inner join, but now after inspecting the resulting data more I realize it needs to be a left join.  Is there a way to make that change in the model without redoing everything?  In the model window I can click the join step, and then click the pencil icon.  It gives me the properties of the join, but there's no way to modify it.  I guess I'm just used to model builder where you can go back and change the properties of a tool in the middle of the workflow, then rerun only the tools after that point in the model.

I should also mention I'm using the new desktop version of Insights

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ScottSandusky
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Hello Andrew,

Today it is not possible to modify the properties of a relationship within Insights once that relationship is created.

This is a great feature enhancement that we have heard from others as well.  We will add this to our list for potential implementation in a future release.  Thank you for posting.  You may also be interested in using the Ideas site within the Insights area.  https://community.esri.com/community/arcgis-ideas 

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ScottSandusky
Esri Contributor

Hello Andrew,

Today it is not possible to modify the properties of a relationship within Insights once that relationship is created.

This is a great feature enhancement that we have heard from others as well.  We will add this to our list for potential implementation in a future release.  Thank you for posting.  You may also be interested in using the Ideas site within the Insights area.  https://community.esri.com/community/arcgis-ideas