Toric and JSON files

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Read JSON (Javascript Object Notation) files within Toric.

Read & Write
Read & Write
Save as source
Save as source
Version snapshots
Version snapshots
Warehouse
Warehouse
Blending
Blending
Normalized
Normalized
Automated
Automated

Toric and JSON files

Read JSON (Javascript Object Notation) files within Toric.

Read and write
Read & Write
Read and write
Data can be split into multiple sources
Save as source
Data can be split into multiple sources
data snapshots are stored
Version snapshots
data snapshots are stored
Can be stored in Toric's warehouse
Warehouse
Can be stored in Toric's warehouse
Data can be joined with other datasets
Blending
Data can be joined with other datasets
Data is normalized and type-aware
Normalized
Data is normalized and type-aware
Can be part of automations
Automated
Can be part of automations
This integration is still in development. To request access please contact support@toric.com

Integration Overview

Key Benefits of Analyzing JSON Data in Toric

  1. Access your dataflows from your browser in our cloud based software.
  2. Cleanup and transform your data in a non-destructive way
  3. Reuse your data transformations for new versions and projects with reusable dataflows.
  4. Create interactive dashboards or "Data Apps" using your JSON data.
  5. Blend your JSON data with other sources with a few clicks.

How to Import JSON files to Toric

It's simple to connect or import your JSON file:

  • Use the Get Data button to select a JSON file from your computer
  • Drag and drop your file directly into a dataflow

Adding an JSON file from the Sources tab of a project

Using the Sources tab in to select a local file or drag and drop it into the dataflow workspace

Example of a Data App built using JSON data

How to Export your JSON to Excel or CSV

Once JSON data is transformed, use the Export node to create a new Excel or CSV file. If databases are your thing, you could export to Amazon S3, or your could 'Save As Source' in Toric.

Key Facts

Objective
Read JSON (Javascript Object Notation) files within Toric.
category
Standard Sources
partner
Data access
setup guide
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requirements

Sample Data App

This template uses json data from Kaggle to build a simple app that classifies buildings by their Energy Star Rating.

Pre-built data apps using the JSON integration

See sample data-apps using the JSON integration. Once enabled, data from JSON flows directly to your Toric data flow, and is ready to be used.

Data Privacy

You understand that when using this integration, it's up to you to comply with applicable laws and regulations, as well as the Toric Terms of Service. Please review this integration partner's documentation for more information.

Please refer to the provider's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service for more information.

For information on where third-party apps store and process data or their compliance with local regulations, please see the provider's documentation and privacy policy.

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Toric and JSON files

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Read JSON (Javascript Object Notation) files within Toric.

Key Benefits of Analyzing JSON Data in Toric

  1. Access your dataflows from your browser in our cloud based software.
  2. Cleanup and transform your data in a non-destructive way
  3. Reuse your data transformations for new versions and projects with reusable dataflows.
  4. Create interactive dashboards or "Data Apps" using your JSON data.
  5. Blend your JSON data with other sources with a few clicks.

How to Import JSON files to Toric

It's simple to connect or import your JSON file:

  • Use the Get Data button to select a JSON file from your computer
  • Drag and drop your file directly into a dataflow

Adding an JSON file from the Sources tab of a project

Using the Sources tab in to select a local file or drag and drop it into the dataflow workspace

Example of a Data App built using JSON data

How to Export your JSON to Excel or CSV

Once JSON data is transformed, use the Export node to create a new Excel or CSV file. If databases are your thing, you could export to Amazon S3, or your could 'Save As Source' in Toric.

This template uses json data from Kaggle to build a simple app that classifies buildings by their Energy Star Rating.

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Read & Write
Read & Write
Save as source
Save as source
Version snapshots
Version snapshots
Warehouse
Warehouse
Blending
Blending
Normalized
Normalized
Automated
Automated

Objective

Read JSON (Javascript Object Notation) files within Toric.

Category

Architecture & Engineering

Construction

Owner & Operators

Requirements

Partner

Data Access

DATA APPS

Pre-built data apps using the JSON Integration

See sample data-apps using the JSON integration. Once enabled, data from JSON flows directly to your Toric data flow, and is ready to be used.

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