Data

You cannot run blocks without first including a data block within your worskspace. You cannot place a block on top of a data block, but you can perform data transformations and visualizations on data blocks by connecting blocks under them.

If you hit the run button without additional blocks you will see your data displayed in table form on the bottom right of web application.

Colors

Colors

The colors dataset has red-green-blue (RGB) values for eleven standard colors: black, red, maroon, lime, green, blue, navy, yellow, fuchsia, aqua, and white Each value is an integer in the range 0…255.

Column Datatype Value
name text color name
red integer red value (0…255)
green integer green value (0…255)
blue integer blue value (0…255)

Earthquakes

Earthquakes

This block provides a subset of US Geological Survey data on earthquakes from 2016.

Column Datatype Value
Time datetime Universal Time Coordinates
Latitude number fractional degrees
Longitude number fractional degrees
Depth_Km number depth in fractional kilometers
Magnitude number Richter scale

Iris

Iris

Ronald Fisher’s 1936 iris dataset. The data frame has 150 cases (rows) and 5 variables (columns):

Column Datatype Value
Sepal.Length number cm
Sepal.Width number cm
Petal.Length number cm
Petal.Width number cm
Species text name

Cars

Cars

The Motor Trend Car Road Tests dataset was extracted from the 1974 Motor Trend US magazine, and comprises fuel consumption and 10 aspects of automobile design and performance for 32 automobiles (1973–74 models).

Column Datatype Value
make text name of car
mpg number miles per gallon
cyl integer number of cylinders
disp number displacement (cubic inches)
hp number horsepower
drat number rear axle ratio
wt number weight (in 1000s of pounds)
qsec number 1/4 mile time
vs integer engine type (0 = V-shaped, 1 = straight
am integer transmission (0 = automatic, 1 = manual)
gear integer number of forward gears
carb integer number of carburetors

Tooth Growth

Tooth Growth

The length of odontoblasts (cells responsible for tooth growth) in 60 guinea pigs. Each animal received one of three dose levels of vitamin C (0.5, 1, and 2 mg/day) by either orange juice or ascorbic acid.

Column Datatype Value
len number odontoblast length
supp text how dose was delivered (VC = ascorbic acid, OJ = orange juice)
dose number dosage (mg/day)

Local

Local

Creates a table from a CSV file previously uploaded by the user.

Import

Import

Creates a table from a file containing a table in Comma-Separated Values (CSV) format. The first row of the table must contain column headers. All values are saved as text and must be converted to other types explicitly.

Sequence

Sequence

Create a single-column table with the numbers 1…N in a column called index.