You can use the basic faceted search feature to intuitively and efficiently search among your list of datasets.
From the datasets list, clickto enable the faceted search.
Click the + icon to start creating your facet. You are guided at each step to add the available facet, operator and values to search for. Each badge can be edited afterward by directly clicking the part you want to change. Values you enter for each facet are case sensitive.
The logical operator between two entries in a badge is
while the logical operator between badges is
List of facets:
|Description||Description of the dataset|
|Connection name||Name of the connection|
|Connection type||Type of the connection on which the dataset is based|
|Custom attribute||List of all the custom attributes defined beforehand. All the custom attributes values are then searchable.|
|Name||Name of the dataset|
|Tags||List of all the tags that have been applied on the datasets of an account|
|Valid||Number of entries that are considered valid against the column types in the dataset sample|
|Invalid||Number of entries that are considered invalid against the column types in the dataset sample|
|Empty||Number of entries that are empty in the dataset sample|
|Trust Score||Trust Score value of the dataset|
List of operators:
||Returns values that exactly match the specified value|
|>||Returns values that are greater than the specified value|
|<||Returns values that are lower than the specified value|
||Returns values that match the specified regular expression|
||Returns any of the values from a specified list|
||Returns values that match all the specified values|
||Returns values that match any of the specified values|