Match Types - Many to Many (Between 2 Datasets))

Match Types - Many to Many (Between 2 Datasets))

  • INPUT values can be anything where you are looking to identify instances where a frament of a word may be found in it.
  • e.g., a MATCH value may be "seo" - where the "INPUT" may be something like "seo best practices" - this would consititute a match, as "seo" is found in "seo best practices."
  • The document should have the column INPUT somewhere in the CSV.
  • However, you can have other columns.
  • The 'other' optional columns, if they exist, will be returned with the data.
  • e.g., you may have the 'INPUT' next to a URL - which would return the URL next to the output as well. Checkout the Input / Output document exmaples for more context!
  • The file must be CSV format.
  • The MATCH values are partial values you're looking for within the INPUT values.
  • e.g., (same as last step) a MATCH value may be "seo" - where the "INPUT" may be something like "seo best practices" - this would consititute a match, as "seo" is found in "seo best practices."
  • The file must be CSV format.
  • Either click on the dropzone or drag and drop files onto the dropzone.
  • Double check to ensure all the files have the .csv extension when adding!

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