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Then, since append creates a new row instead of appending to the same row, using a stats to aggregate the resulting rows by the matching id field.
I did attempt to use appendcols but that didn't return anything for me. | table id | map search="search id=$id$ | fields first_name, last_name, id | rename first_name as first1 | rename last_name as last1 | rename id as match_id | append [search $id$ | search referral_id=$id$ | fields first_name, last_name, referral_id, date | rename first_name as first2 | rename last_name as span2 | rename referral_id as match_id]" | fields first1, last1, first2, last2, match_id, time | stats values(first1) as first1, values(last1) as last1, values(first2) as first2, values(last2) as last2, values(time) as time by id The above query works for me and gives me the table I need, but it is incredibly slow due to the repeated searches over the entire time frame, and also limited by the map maxsearches which, for whatever reason, cannot be set to unlimited.
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