Flow Crash Course - Part 5 - Generic Expressions and Data Point Computing
This is the fifth blog post in our crash course series on Flow. This section will focus on generic expressions and general data point computing in Flow.
This is a continuation of the prior section in this series: Basic Data Summary Functions.
Generic Expressions are a powerful computational mechanism which allows any transformation or data point to be computed as part of your analysis workflow. Topics covered in this section include:
- Introduction to Generic Expressions
- Computing New Data Points
- Transforming Existing Data Points
- Chaining Expressions Together
- Cleansing a Dataset With Generic Expressions
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After you finish this section, you will be ready to move on to HyperCube Computation and Multi-dimensional Analysis.
Check out the fifth video in our series below: