4. Publish and Export Your Data
This is part 4 of the Getting Started tutorial series. Now that you have a project with some data cleansing steps, lets publish the AnswerSet and export it.
Video: Publishing and Exporting Your Data
If you prefer to read instead of watch a video, the same steps from the above video are listed below.
Steps: Publishing and Exporting Your Data
This tutorial helps us publish the project to the data library after which the data can be shared, reused in other projects and exported locally or to any configured datasource.
In this example, we ll show you how to export the data file to your local system
Step 1: Let's review our data prep work so far. Click on the steps button on the tools bar to expand the steps panel
Step 2: We can click through the steps in order to observe how the data changes in every step
Step 3: You can mute a step, look at the steps that have a filter and annotate steps that might not be so obvious for another user using the features embedded in the step editor.
Step 4: Click on the publish button on the steps editor to
publish the project (AnswerSet) on to the library.
Step 5: The user can add tags to the AnswerSet before exporting the dataset.
Step 6: Click on the Export option
Step 6.1: Select the download locally option
Step 6.2: Once the desired export settings have been
selected, click on the export button
The file is now locally downloaded on to your system
That completes the fourth of six tutorials in the Getting Started series.
- Create a New Data Prep Project
- Explore Your Data
- Clean and Transform Your Data
- Publish and Export Your Data
- Combine Your Data - Append
- Combine Your Data - Lookup / Join