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Status Under review
Created by Guest
Created on May 9, 2023

Direct support for partitioning and subsetting of assets

Often it is valuable to be able to run data rules on subsets of data. There are two specific use cases for us. 

One is that almost everything is separated by "division" making it very useful to run data rules separately, but this currently requires replicating the rules and having copies of the assets as well. This is tedious to manage. 

The second use case is for very large tables, where partitioning them allows "all rows" analysis jobs to finish in a reasonable time or without hitting resource limiters.  

It would be even more useful to have the option to "combine" the output of rules so that one could view statistics by whole table, or by segment/partition. 

Needed By Not sure -- Just thought it was cool