public class PartitionNodeModel extends AbstractSamplingNodeModel
|Modifier and Type||Field and Description|
Outport for training data: 0.
Outport for test data: 1.
|Constructor and Description|
Creates node model, sets outport count to 2.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
This function is called whenever the derived model should re-configure and generate the expected output specs.
This function is invoked by the
checkSettings, getSamplingRowFilter, getSettings, hasBeenConfigured, loadInternals, loadValidatedSettingsFrom, reset, saveInternals, saveSettingsTo, validateSettings
addWarningListener, computeFinalOutputSpecs, configure, continueLoop, createInitialStreamableOperatorInternals, createMergeOperator, createStreamableOperator, execute, finishStreamableExecution, getAvailableFlowVariables, getAvailableInputFlowVariables, getCredentialsProvider, getInHiLiteHandler, getInPortType, getInputPortRoles, getInteractiveNodeView, getLogger, getLoopEndNode, getLoopStartNode, getNrInPorts, getNrOutPorts, getOutHiLiteHandler, getOutPortType, getOutputPortRoles, getWarningMessage, iterate, notifyViews, notifyWarningListeners, onDispose, peekFlowVariableDouble, peekFlowVariableInt, peekFlowVariableString, pushFlowVariableDouble, pushFlowVariableInt, pushFlowVariableString, removeWarningListener, resetAndConfigureLoopBody, setInHiLiteHandler, setWarningMessage, stateChanged
static final int OUTPORT_A
static final int OUTPORT_B
protected BufferedDataTable execute(BufferedDataTable inData, ExecutionContext exec) throws CanceledExecutionException, Exception
Node#executeNode()method of the node (through the
#executeModel(BufferedDataTable,ExecutionMonitor)method) only after all predecessor nodes have been successfully executed and all data is therefore available at the input ports. Implement this function with your task in the derived model.
The input data is available in the given array argument
inData and is ensured to be neither
null nor contain
null elements (with few non-standard exception, which are described in
more detail in
In order to create output data, you need to create objects of class
BufferedDataTable. Use the
execution context argument to create
inData- An array holding
DataTableelements, one for each input.
exec- The execution monitor for this execute method. It provides us with means to create new
BufferedDataTable. Additionally, it should be asked frequently if the execution should be interrupted and throws an exception then. This exception might me caught, and then after closing all data streams, been thrown again. Also, if you can tell the progress of your task, just set it in this monitor.
nullDataTable elements with the size of the number of outputs. The result of this execution.
Exception- If you must fail the execution. Try to provide a meaningful error message in the exception as it will be displayed to the user.Please be advised to check frequently the canceled status by invoking
ExecutionMonitor#checkCanceledwhich will throw an
CanceledExcecutionExceptionand abort the execution.
protected DataTableSpec configure(DataTableSpec inSpecs) throws InvalidSettingsException
For ordinary(*) nodes the passed DataTableSpec elements are never
null but can be empty. The model
null data table spec(s) for the outputs. Note, after the model has been executed this
function will not be called anymore, as the output DataTableSpecs are then being pulled from the output
DataTables. A derived
NodeModel that cannot provide any DataTableSpecs at its outputs before
execution (because the table structure is unknown at this point) can return an array containing just
null elements. As an example consider a "Transpose" node that flips columns to rows -- there is no
way to determine the table spec at time of configuration as the number of rows (which is the number of new
columns at the output) is unknown though the node is still executable.
(*)For nodes that support optional inputs or may have inactive outputs it's better to override
Implementation note: This method is called from the
NodeModel.configure(PortObjectSpec) method unless that
method is overwritten.
inSpecs- The input data table specs (as many as this model has inputs). Do NOT modify the contents of this array. If no spec is available for any given port (because the port is not connected or the previous node does not produce a spec) the framework will pass an empty
DataTableSpec(no columns) unless the port is marked as
optional(in which case the array element is null).
nullDataTableSpec elements are changed to empty once.
InvalidSettingsException- if the
#configure()failed, that is, the settings are inconsistent with given DataTableSpec elements.
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