Selection functions

Selection functions are used to create new domain units with selection of elements from other domain units.

  • select_with_org_rel or subset - configures a new unit, based on a condition
  • select_uint8_16_32_64_with_org_rel - versions of the select_with_org_rel function, resulting in a unit with the explicit value type
  • select and select_data - similar to select_with_org_rel, but faster and less memory intensive in case of dense subsets
  • select_uint8_16_32_64 - versions of the select function, resulting in a unit with the explicit value type
  • select_with_attr_by_org_rel - similar to select_with_org_rel/subset, resulting in a unit and a set of attributes
  • select_uint8_16_32_64_with_attr_by_org_rel - versions of the select_with_attr_by_org_rel function, resulting in a unit with the explicit value type
  • select_with_attr_by_cond - similar to select_with_org_rel, resulting in a unit and a set of attributes
  • select_uint8_16_32_64_with_attr_by_cond - versions of the select_with_attr_by_cond function, resulting in a unit with the explicit value type
  • select_with_org_rel_with_attr_by_cond - similar to select_with_attr_by_cond: condition is used for all collections, but an org_rel is also produced
  • select_uint8_16_32_64_with_attr_by_cond - versions of the select_with_attr_by_cond function, resulting in a unit with the explicit value type