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How to get data from a specific table not in a child table? For example, all Users without any Skill?

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How to get data from a specific table not in a child table? For example, all Users without any Skill?

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Best answer by Michael Ullock 8 March 2021, 11:06

Hi Susete, 

this question seems very specific to your model/project - so without more insight, it's hard to say what would be required. Therefore, I would recommend you go through our Data Modeling and MAQL documentation below. Here you'll find a wealth of information that will help you in creating the metrics you're after here:
https://help.gooddata.com/doc/en/data-integration/data-modeling-in-gooddata/logical-data-model-components-in-gooddata/datasets-in-logical-data-models
https://help.gooddata.com/doc/en/data-integration/data-preparation-and-distribution/additional-data-load-reference/loading-data-using-cloudconnect/gooddata-cloudconnect-tutorial/creating-metrics-and-reports

Also, I would like to recommend you take a look at our free GoodData University courses:
https://university.gooddata.com/

Hopefully, the above articles and courses will provide greater insight and help you to create the metric you're after.
 

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Hi Susete, 

this question seems very specific to your model/project - so without more insight, it's hard to say what would be required. Therefore, I would recommend you go through our Data Modeling and MAQL documentation below. Here you'll find a wealth of information that will help you in creating the metrics you're after here:
https://help.gooddata.com/doc/en/data-integration/data-modeling-in-gooddata/logical-data-model-components-in-gooddata/datasets-in-logical-data-models
https://help.gooddata.com/doc/en/data-integration/data-preparation-and-distribution/additional-data-load-reference/loading-data-using-cloudconnect/gooddata-cloudconnect-tutorial/creating-metrics-and-reports

Also, I would like to recommend you take a look at our free GoodData University courses:
https://university.gooddata.com/

Hopefully, the above articles and courses will provide greater insight and help you to create the metric you're after.
 

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