Extracts the set of values from a column into an array stored in a new column. This function is typically part of an aggregation. 

Tip: To generate unique values for the list, apply the ARRAYUNIQUE function in the next step after this one. See ARRAYUNIQUE Function.

 

Input column can be of any type.

For a version of this function computed over a rolling window of rows, see ROLLINGLIST Function.

Output: Returns an array of all values (up to a count of 500) from the Name column for each Month value. 


ArgumentRequired?Data TypeDescription
function_col_refYstringName of column to which to apply the function
limit_intNinteger (positive)Maximum number of values to extract into the list array. From 1 to 1000.

For more information on the group and limit parameters, see Pivot Transform.

function_col_ref

Name of the column from which to extract the list of values based on the grouping.

Required?Data TypeExample Value
YesString (column reference)myValues

limit_int

Non-negative integer that defines the maximum number of values to extract into the list array. 

NOTE: If specified, this value must between 1 and 1000, inclusive.

NOTE: Do not use the limiting argument in a LIST function call on a flat aggregate, in which all values in a column have been inserted into a single cell. In this case, you might be able to use the limit argument if you also specify a group parameter. Misuse of the LIST function can cause the application to crash.

Required?Data TypeExample Value
NoInteger50


Example - Colors sold this month