When you make selections in the Transformer page, responds by posting a set of suggestions for transformations to apply to the selected data in the sample. You can experiment with these suggestions to see what properly transformations your data.
As you move the cursor around the Transformer page, the cursor changes when it is over a selectable data element.
|Value or values can be selected.|
|Column or columns can be selected.|
In the data grid:
CTRLto select multiple values.
Select a whole or partial cell value to prompt suggestions for managing that specific string of data.
Tip: If you
In the Column Browser or Column Details:
NOTE: Some complex transformations, such as joins and unions, cannot be suggested based on selection of values in the data grid.
Based on your selections, relevant suggestions appear in suggestion cards:
In the suggestion cards, the label at the top identifies the transformation type that is being recommended, followed by a brief preview of how the selection might transform the data.
Tip: A suggestion card may contain multiple variants for each suggestion. For example, in the previous image the
Additional suggestions may be available. Try horizontal scrolling the set of cards to reveal new suggestions.
Before you decide on the suggestion to follow, you can do one of the following:
To make the suggestion work for your specific use, you might need to modify the step. For example, for the selected text, you might need to define a replacement value, which may not be able to guess. Click Edit. The Transform Builder is displayed, where you can edit the details of the transformation.
As soon as you select a suggestion card, the changes are previewed in the Data Grid:
In this manner, you can review the change before it is applied to the sample.
Tip: You can use the checkboxes in the status bar to display only the rows, columns, or both that are affected by the previewed transformation.
Experiment away! Things to keep in mind: