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- For TDP versions >= 3.2, please continue with this page.
- For TDP versions < 3.2, please review this page.
This page describes how to apply filters using the Basic Search feature on the Tetra Data Platform (TDP). For details about using Search in the Tetra Web API, click here.
You can easily apply filters to create complex searches and fine-tune queries using the advanced Label & Advanced Filters.
From the Label & Advanced Filters window, you can search for files:
- Based on the upload date, by source, pipeline, or file category (RAW, IDS, or PROCESSED).
- Containing certain attributes, such as: platform, custom metadata, and labels.
- From a specific schema with data that matches the values that you specify
You can use these basic filters to filter search results by:
- File category
To filter search results with basic filters:
- From the Search panel, click Label & Advanced Filters next to the Search box.
- From the Label & Advanced Filters window, select Basic Filters.
You can filter results by date.
|Date Type||User Action|
|Search for files that were modified today||Select today beneath the Upload Date field.|
|Search for files that were modified on a specific date||1. Click the Upload Date field.|
2. Select a date from the calendar popup.
3. Click in another part of the window other than the calendar. The calendar disappears and the date you selected displays in the field.
|Search for files modified during a range of dates||1. Click the Upload Date field.|
2. Select the first date of the range from the calendar popup; and then select the end (second) date of the range.
3. Click in another part of the window other than the calendar. The calendar disappears and the dates you selected for the range display in the field.
You can filter results by file source.
|Source Type||User Action|
|Search for files from a single source||1. Click the source in from the All Sources list|
2. Click the > arrow to add the source to the Selected Sources list.
|Search for files from multiple sources||1. Hold down the SHIFT or CTRL keys and simultaneously click the sources from the All Sources list.|
2. Once selected, click the > arrow to add the sources to the Selected Sources list.
|Remove a source from the Selected Sources list||1. Click the source to remove.|
2. Click the < arrow to add move the source back into the All Sources list.
To search for files generated by a specific pipeline, click the Pipeline drop-down and select the pipeline you want.
To search for files generated by a specific source type, click the Source Type drop-down and select the source type you want.
To search for files based on a specific type, click the File Category drop-down and select the file category you want.
Updated about 1 month ago