Creates a file in a data.world Dataset containing a copy of all data received
via the input port. More specifically, this file will contain tabular data and
so will be parsed by data.world to make it readily available for
subsequent querying on data.world (via SparQL or SQL queries at https://data.world)
and remote querying via data.world's JDBC connector or data.world SDKs for
Python, R, etc.
Dataset URL or Name
Specify the name of the Dataset on data.world in which to create a CSV file
containing all data (the entire KNIME DataTable) provided via the input port.
The Dataset may be specified as a URL (e.g. https://data.world/jonloyens/an-intro-to-dataworld-dataset)
or as an "account/dataset" short path (e.g. jonloyens/an-intro-to-dataworld-dataset)
or merely as the name of the Dataset (e.g. an-intro-to-dataworld-dataset).
The named Dataset must be owned by the same user whose account credentials
are used to access data.world services.
Name for Uploaded File
Specify a name for the file that will be created in the data.world Dataset.
Be aware that supplying a name that exactly matches an existing file in
the targeted Dataset will result in the overwriting of that file.
Once a file has been added to the data.world Dataset, its name may be modified by
data.world according to its rules on presentation.
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