• 29 Sep 2022
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The Frequency node is used to calculate the frequency of a value conditon occuring across rows. For example, you can calculate the number of rows that have a column containing a value greater than 1.

Configuration Options

Basic Configuration Options

Setting Description\Parameters
Split Columns The selected column(s) will be used to split the data set over when calculating summary metrics.

Column Fill Options

Setting Description\Parameters
Target Name The column containing the value you wish to check for a condition.
Output Column Prefix The prefix for the name of the frequency ouput column. The suffix of the output column name is determined by the Output Type
Output Type Indicates the frequency metric used for the output column.

  • Percentage - Calculates the percentage of occurrences of the condition being true across the Split Columns.
  • Count - Counts the number of occurrences of the condition accross the Split Columns.
Condition Indicates the frequency metric used for the output column.

  • greater than
  • greater than or equal to
  • equal to
  • less than
  • less than or equal to
  • is empty/blank
  • is null
  • is not null
  • is not empty
  • is null or empty
  • is not null or empty
Custom Value When valid, this is the value used for the Condition setting.


Action Description
Preview After configuring the node, the combined result set can be previewed by clicking the Preview button.

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