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After you have iterated on your recipe and generated a result that is to your satisfaction, you can export the transformed data. 


  1. In the left nav bar, click the Jobs icon.
  2. In the Jobs page, click the


Click the links to download flat file versions. 

From the Transformer page, you can download your recipe as a text file. See Transformer Page.


  • A dataset that can be used as an input for other datasets.
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  1. job identifier to open the job in the Job Details page. For more information, see Job Details Page.
  2. Click the Output Destinations tab.
  3. Export by:
    1. Direct file download: Click the file to download. From its righthand context menu, select Download result.


      NOTE: Some file types cannot be downloaded.



    2. Create new dataset: You can create a new dataset from a generated output. Click the file. From its righthand context menu, select Create imported dataset. For more information, see Build Sequence of Datasets.


Checkpoint: Done!

If you walked through this workflow in the application, you have imported, cleansed, transformed, and possibly enhanced your data for use in the next step of your analytics pipelinerun a job to generate transformed results. Hopefully, this process has given you insight into the easy-to-use tools at your disposal through through 

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