ARX Data Anonymization Node extension for KNIME Workbench version 0.3.26 by Redfield AB
Node for anonymizing sensitive personal data. The underlying tools used by the node is based on ARX Data Anonymization Tool
0 | Identifying 1 | Quasi-identifying 2 | Sensitive 3 | Insensitive(Either index or name could be used in flow variables)
0 | Generalization 1 | Microaggregation 2 | Clustering and microaggregation(Either index or name could be used in flow variables)
0 | Arithmetic mean 1 | Geometric mean 2 | Median 3 | Interval 4 | Mode(Either index or name could be used in flow variables)
0 | Average equivalence class size 1 | Discernability 2 | Height 3 | Loss 4 | Non-uniform entropy 5 | Precision 6 | Ambiguity 7 | Normalized non-uniform entropy 8 | KL-Divergence 9 | Publisher payout (prosecutor) 10| Publisher payout (journalist) 11| Entropy-based information loss 12| Classification accuracy(Either index or name could be used in flow variables)
0 | SUM 1 | MAX 2 | ARITHMETIC_MEAN 3 | GEOMETRIC_MEAN 4 | RANK(Either index or name could be used in flow variables)
'age'<'40' and 'gender'='M'
0 | NONE 1 | ALL 2 | RANDOM 3 | QUERY
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