Using components: Sample

Use the Sample component to return a percentage of random records from the input.

Note: In contrast to the Limit component (which selects the first N records that you specify), the Sample component selects a "spread" (beginning, middle, end) of random records from the input.

To sample the number of records:

  1. Add a Sample component where required in your package.
  2. Open the component and name it.
  3. In Sample size, type the percentage of records you want to be selected. You can use non-integer numbers as a percentage.

Creating packages

  1. Creating a new package
  2. Create a package from a template
  3. Working in the package designer
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  39. Using and setting variables in your packages
  40. Validating a package
  41. Using pattern-matching in source component paths
  42. Using ISO 8601 string functions
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  44. Xplenty Functions

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