The node allows for row filtering according to certain criteria. It can include or exclude: certain ranges (by row number), rows with a certain row ID, and rows with a certain value in a selectable column (attribute). Below are the steps on how to configure the node in its configuration dialog. Note: The node doesn't change the domain of the data table. I. e. the upper and lower bounds or the possible values in the table spec are not adapted, even if one of the bounds or one value is fully filtered out.
^foo.*" matches anything that starts with "foo". The '^'-character stands for the beginning of the word, the dot matches any (one) character, and the asterisk allows any number (including zero) of the previous character.
[0-9]*" matches any string of digits (including the empty string). The
]define a set of characters (they could be added individually like
, or by range). This set matches any (one) character included in the set.
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