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Name Private Creator Description
restrict_analysis_types_for_data_analysis_pandas NO floriandietz@elody.com This Tag is used to restrict the types of analyses that are performed on a [[symbol:task_data_cleansing_and_analysis_for_pandas]]. This makes it possible to perform only some kinds of analysis at a time, instead of all at once. This is both less confusing for the end user and easier for the Contributors, who now have fewer strange interactions between different table modifications to consider. If there is one or more Tags of this type attached to a [[symbol:task_data_cleansing_and_analysis_for_pandas]], they determine which types of analysis should be performed. The latest of these Tags that is marked with [[symbol:active]] but is not marked with [[symbol:handled]] is the active one. The program [[program:BasicDataCleansingAndAnalysisForPandas]] will mark it as [[symbol:active]] and/or [[symbol:handled]] automatically. The comment lists all allowed types of analyses in a list separated with commas. If one of the entries is 'previous', the previous...
restrict_analysis_types_for_data_exploration_pandas NO floriandietz@elody.com This Tag is used to restrict the types of analyses that are performed on a [[symbol:task_explore_data_for_pandas]]. This makes it possible to perform only some kinds of analysis at a time, instead of all at once. This is both less confusing for the end user and easier for the Contributors, who now have fewer strange interactions between different table modifications to consider. If there is one or more Tags of this type attached to a [[symbol:task_explore_data_for_pandas]], they determine which types of analysis should be performed. The latest of these Tags that is marked with [[symbol:active]] but is not marked with [[symbol:handled]] is the active one. The program [[program:BasicDataCleansingAndAnalysisForPandas]] will mark it as [[symbol:active]] and/or [[symbol:handled]] automatically. The comment lists all allowed types of analyses in a list separated with commas. If one of the entries is 'previous', the previous [[symbol:restrict_analysis_types_for_data_exploration_pandas]] Tag...
active NO floriandietz@elody.com General-purpose tag to mark a Tag as 'active'. What exactly this means depends on the context and should be described by the targeted Tag.
export_data_exploration_pandas NO floriandietz@elody.com Exports a Pandas file and all associated analysis Tags describing it that were created using a [[symbol:task_data_cleansing_and_analysis_for_pandas]]. The only argument of this Tag should be the pandas file you want to export. ----- { name : 'Analyzed Table file', tags : [modifiable_file, current_file, column, 'info_.*'], nullify : cleansed, }
?placeholder_for_missing_value NO (system-internal) See [[symbol:!export_object]] for a description of this Symbol.
!export_object NO (system-internal) Create a Tag with this Symbol to export an object from this Scenario so that it can be loaded into other Scenarios. Use [[symbol:!scenario_chat_object_import_input_status]] to enable the import of objects created with [[symbol:!export_object]]. Exported objects can be files and/or structures of Tags that form a directed acyclic graph. Any objects referenced by exported Tags that are not themselves exported are replaced with [[symbol:?placeholder_for_missing_value]]. The comment of this Tag is the description that will be given to the exported object. This Tag must have exactly one argument, which must be a Tag with a Symbol that starts with 'export_'. That export_ Tag defines the object that will be extracted as follows: The arguments of the export_ Tags are the starting point of the extraction process. There must be at least one, and several unrelated objects can be extracted at once. The export process expands outwards from the starting points by looking at all Tags targeting...
?user_input_imported_object NO (system-internal) A Tag with this symbol is created whenever a user imports an object that was created via [[symbol:!export_object]]. Its comment is the description of the object, and its argument is a copy of the export_ Tag that was used to export the object. Keep in mind that the filter used to export the object may have changed since the object was created, if the export_ Symbol was changed in the meantime.
!scenario_chat_object_import_input_status NO (system-internal) This Tag is used to enable, disable, or highlight the ability of users to import objects that have previously been created with [[symbol:!export_object]]. The comment is composed of multiple parts, separated by hyphens, and defines the behavior. Required value: 'disabled' or 'enabled' Optional values, if enabled, need to be in correct order: 'once', 'highlighted', an optional list of export_symbols to allow. An example: 'enabled-once-highlighted-export_type_1-export_type_2' This example will enable the import of objects once (for one usage) while visually highlighting the button. The user can only select objects that have been exported using either the Symbol export_type_1 or export_type_2. After the first time the user imports and object, the [[symbol:!scenario_chat_object_import_input_status]] Tag will be ignored and the status will revert to the preceding one. You can use [[symbol:!nullify]] to make Elody ignore a Tag of this type, so it will look at the previous one instead. This...
?scenario_plan NO (system-internal) This Tag is created when a Scenario starts, if that Scenario was based on a named/saved Scenario Plan. Its weight is the ID of the Scenario Plan and its comment is the name of the Scenario Plan.
info_is_indicator_variable NO floriandietz@elody.com Marks a column of a table as an indicator variable of one or more other columns. Arguments of this Tag: 0 : The [[symbol:column]] that is an indicator variable. 1+ : The [[symbol:column]](s) that it is an indicator of.