EXAMPLE - KTHLARGESTIF Function

This example illustrates how to use the conditional ranking function KTHLARGESTIF in your recipes.

Source:

Here is some example weather data:

datecityrain_cmtemp_Cwind_mph
1/23/17Valleyville0.0012.86.7
1/23/17Center Town0.319.45.3
1/23/17Magic Mountain0.000.07.3
1/24/17Valleyville0.2517.23.3
1/24/17Center Town0.541.17.6
1/24/17Magic Mountain0.325.08.8
1/25/17Valleyville0.023.36.8
1/25/17Center Town0.833.35.1
1/25/17Magic Mountain0.59-1.76.4
1/26/17Valleyville1.0815.04.2
1/26/17Center Town0.966.17.6
1/26/17Magic Mountain0.77-3.93.0
1/27/17Valleyville1.007.22.8
1/27/17Center Town1.3220.00.2
1/27/17Magic Mountain0.775.65.2
1/28/17Valleyville0.12-6.15.1
1/28/17Center Town0.145.04.9
1/28/17Magic Mountain1.501.10.4
1/29/17Valleyville0.3613.37.3
1/29/17Center Town0.756.19.0
1/29/17Magic Mountain0.603.36.0


Transform:

In this case, you want to find out the second-most measures for rain, temperature, and wind in Center Town for the week.

pivot value:KTHLARGESTIF(rain_cm,2,city == 'Center Town') limit:1

You can see in the preview that the value is 1.32. Before adding it to your recipe, you change the step to the following:

pivot value:KTHLARGESTIF(temp_C,2,city == 'Center Town') limit:1

The value is 20. For wind, you modify it to be the following:

pivot value:KTHLARGESTIF(wind_mph,2,city == 'Center Town') limit:1

Results:

You can choose to add any of these steps to generate an aggregated result. As an alternative, you can use a derive transform to insert these calculated results into new columns.

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