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Prerequisites

Why contextualize data?

Interactive engineering diagrams using the user interface
 Interactive engineering diagrams

About the tool

Basic steps in a data pipeline

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 Why interactive engineering diagrams?

Why this tool?

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 Engineering Diagram Parsing and its Algorithm

Algorithm

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Parameters
The partial match parameter is a boolean, i.e., either true or false. If true, the algorithm allows partial matching of entities in the engineering diagrams. Note that the default value is always false.By default, all tokens for entities returned as matches must be found in the diagram (a token is a substring of either consecutive letters or consecutive digits). However, if the partial match is enabled (set to true), the algorithm also finds matches based on unique subsets of tokens.Note that the algorithm will still prefer matches where all tokens are found.

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Interactive Engineering Diagrams: Concept and UI
Learn about the interactive engineering diagrams tool and its algorithm.
In this course, you'll learn how to contextualize data using the interactive engineering diagrams tool, the concept of engineering diagram parsing, and its algorithm.
This course is for data engineers looking to up their knowledge and skills in contextualizing data using the create interactive engineering diagrams tool.
At the end of the course, you'll be able to:
 Explain how the interactive engineering diagrams tool works.
 Evaluate when it is beneficial to use the interactive engineering diagrams and other tools.
 Understand the engineering diagram parsing algorithm.
We recommend having completed Cognite Data Fusion Fundamentals, so you have a basic understanding of the CDF data model and how to do quick matches from the CDF user interface.
This course was developed by Cognite Academy, with subject matter expert:
Ola Liabøtrø  Senior ML Engineer