Palladian for KNIME version 220.127.116.11005151546 by palladian.ws; Philipp Katz, Klemens Muthmann, David Urbansky
Create regular expressions as easy as a breeze. This node allows you to build, preview, and test your regexes in real time with your real data. Say good bye to creating your regex in KNIME with trial and error, or copying back and forth regular expressions and text between your favorite regex tool and KNIME. The user interface is inspired by RegExr and Regular Expressions 101.
The node uses Java’s Pattern
implementation. For each row or text input, it will extract all
matches. Each capturing group is automatically mapped to a KNIME
column. To define the column names, you can make use of
“named capturing groups”, such as
To exclude groups from the output, define them as “non-capturing group”:
Usage Example: Extract email addresses from text
For this input text: “Hello, world! firstname.lastname@example.org The
quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. email@example.com Lorem
ipsum.” and the
the node will create a KNIME table as follows:
|Full Match||Local Part||Domain|
The node can be used with an input table, which provides a string column, or in “standalone” mode (when no input table is connected), where you can enter the text into the node dialog.
For a general introduction into regular expressions, have a look at Regular-Expressions.info.
matchesarray with all matches. Each
matchobject contains a
grouphas the properties
end(offset within the input text),
groupIdx(running index), and the
$MATCHINDEXfor the index must be used to avoid naming conflicts
To use this node in KNIME, install Palladian for KNIME from the following update site:
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