The thing is that I want to send to R the whole columns sepLen, sep Wid, petLen, petWid, and not one record per time, which is what happens with SSELoad.
My intention with SSELoad is to get 2 columns, one representing the observations, and one which correponds to their clustering group, based on the calculations made on the whole columns sepLen, sep Wid, petLen, petWid previously retrieved from the csv file.
So, how should I change SSELoad to achieve this? Or maybe I should do i in a ifferent way?
Re: Passing data to R within script load statement
Unfortunately, there are some limitations using SSE in the QlikView load script.The behavior you are describing is working as intended. If SSE is used in a load statement, the function will be interpreted as a scalar function, unless it's an aggregation, and will only send one row of data at a time expecting one row of data back per call. We don't know when or if the functionality will be supported in QlikView.