Each rule is represented by a line.
To add comments, start a line with
(comments can not be placed in the same line as a rule). Anything after
// will not be interpreted as a rule.
Rules consist of a condition part (antecedent), which must
, and an outcome (consequent, after the => symbol) which is put into
the new column if the rule matches.
The outcome of a rule can either be a constant string, a constant number or boolean constant. The type of the outcome column is the common super type of all possible outcomes (including the rules that can never match). If no rule matches, the outcome is a missing value.
Columns are given by their name surrounded by $, numbers are given in the usual decimal representation. Note that strings must not contain (double-)quotes.
The logical expressions can be grouped with parentheses. The
precedence rules for them are the following:
NOT binds most,
XOR and finally
OR the least.
Comparison operators always take
precedence over logical connectives.
All operators (and their names)
Some example rules (each should be in one line):
// This is a comment $Col0$ > 0 => "Positive"When the values in Col0 are greater than 0, we assign Positive to the result column value (if no previous rule matched).
$Col0$ = "Active" AND $Col1$ <= 5 => "Outlier"You can combine conditions.
You can use either Ctrl+Space to insert predefined parts, or select them from the upper controls.
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