I tried exporting the json and breaking it down into sections. For example, I have a bunch of values within area 'i' then area 'ii' and area 'iii' and so forth (areas inferred by the fact that the columns begin with 'i' or 'ii' or 'iii'.)
When I make a schema with the contents of section 'i' and preview the data, I get no problems.
Same with 'ii'...
And 'iii' works fine too...
When I combine the information even just for section 1-3, I start getting odd behavior:
for column ii_28 I get the following: error: Field 'iii_06' not found
Column 'ii_28' does not reference 'iii_06', not to mention that 'iii_06 is in fact there.
Column 'iii_21' uses regex to get results from column '_iii21b', which does reference 'iii_06' (which again is actually there) and this error occurs again: error: Field 'iii_06' not found
Column 'iii_29' has an error: 'this if iii_27 else 'N/A' end'
Again, these schemas run on their own (linked above) do not experience these errors. If I export the json data, then combine them, then import the new json set, having changed NOTHING it gives these errors.
Any help is appreciated.