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Word-based patterns

Talend Data Preparation allows you to analyze the word-based patterns repartition in your data.

The word-based patterns indicators are case sensitive. The following table describes what the patterns that you can find in the profiling area corresponds to:

Pattern Description
[Word] Word starting with an uppercase character and consisting of lowercase characters
[WORD] Word with uppercase characters
[word] Word with lowercase characters
[Char] Single uppercase character
[char] Single lowercase character
[Ideogram] One of the CJK Unified Ideographs
[IdeogramSeq] Sequence of ideograms
[hiraSeq] Sequence of Japanese Hiragana characters
[kataSeq] Sequence of Japanese Katakana characters
[hangulSeq] Sequence of Korean Hangul characters
[digit] One of the Arabic numerals: 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9
[number] Sequence of digits

The following examples illustrate how certain records would be interpreted in Talend Data Preparation.

String Pattern
A character is NOT a Word [Char] [word] [word] [WORD] [char] [Word]
someWordsINwORDS [word][Word][WORD][char][WORD] [Word][number]@[word].[word] [word][Word][digit]@[word].[word]
袁 花木蘭88 [Ideogram] [IdeogramSeq][number]
Latin2中文 [Word][digit][IdeogramSeq]
Latin3フランス [Word][digit][kataSeq]
Latin4とうきょう [Word][digit][hiraSeq]
Latin5나는 한국 사람입니다 [Word][digit][hangulSeq]

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