Through the table export modal, you can easily export full data in several common file formats, as well as the table metadata.
In order to download a table on Redivis, navigate to that table on the dataset page or within your project. Click the Export table button at right to open the table export modal.
Export any table by clicking the "Export table" button
The export modal gives you options to download the table and its metadata in common formats, as well as using integrations or other programmatic interfaces. You can also export the entire SQL that was generated to create the table (see More menu in the top right of the project), facilitating reproducibility and reference in other systems.
If there are any restrictions around downloading the table or dataset, they will be listed here. If a restriction is preventing you from downloading the data, you will be able to apply for approval, if allowed.
You can download any table on Redivis assuming that: 1) you have data access to the table; 2) there are no export restrictions on the dataset, or your export is not in conflict with these restrictions.
To download the table's data, select your file type and click the Download button. Depending on the size of the table, and whether it was recently downloaded, it may take anywhere from a few seconds to several minutes to generate the file.
If this is an index table that contains linked files, you will have a separate prompt to download the files this table contains. This is limited to 1000 files, so you might need to use transforms to narrow down this index table before downloading the files.
The download interface allows you to export your data in several common file types, subject to the following limits:
Includes variable metadata?
For > 10GB downloads, export as CSV + .do load script
Exports as CSV + .sas load script
As a general rule, be cautious when using Excel to open .csv files. Never re-save a .csv that’s been opened in Excel, as the data may be modified.
On every table, you can download a tables metadata as a structured JSON file, containing information about the table as well as all its variables with their names, types, labels, descriptions, and value labels (when present). The schema of this file is the same as that returned by the table.get API endpoint. Use the Download metadata tab of the table export modal, shown below.
If your table is in a project, you can also download a SQL file (via the More menu at the top right of the project) that contains the complete code used to generate your output. This code represents a full traversal of your project tree, and captures the exact statement necessary to generate the output table at that point in time.