I’m using Knime 4.2.3 and I’d like to know if there is any more elegant alternative to sort out hierarchy in a table.
My table has only two columns and data are presented like below:
I’d like to be able to see all hierarchy levels on the same row like this:
|Account|Higher level|Higher level1|Higher level2|Higher level3|
The only way I found uses a cascade of joiners ( see picture below)
I used only 3 level in this example but it can go up to 9. The database contains a lot more rows, and the levels are not sorted out.
Is there any other way to achieve this? I tried with recursive loops, column list loop, but couldn’t find a satisfactory result.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Hi @davidn, welcome to KNIME Forum
Maybe this wf Hierarchy Cascade.knwf (22.7 KB) brings you closer to an “elegant” solution.
Thanks a lot for your reply. your solution is close but doesn’t entirely cover my need, I’m afraid. It will keep adding each new rows as new column where I need to “lookup” for identical pair. In fact it’s more like account|higher level, then use higher level to find higher level 2, then use higher level 2 to find higher level 3, which is not necessarily in the next row.
So my first joiner is like below
and gets me a new column higher level #1
then I used the newly created column #1
in the next joiner
up to 9 times if required.
KNIME_project2.knwf|attachment](upload://oM6VG9BRtoNj50oKb6cukigDqT2.knwf) (11.0 KB)
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