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Data Read Local

In AugeLab Studio the program flow is from left to right and you cannot feed the result data of any block back to a previous block. To break this flow, you can do this by keeping the data in RAM with this block and then feeding the data with the Data Store Write block. In principle, it works like Tag from and Tag to blocks.
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For example, in the application below, we continue by adding the result of an addition operation to itself by adding 5 to itself, and in this way, the process continues by adding 5 to the result in each cycle.
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Data Store Read Node Documentation

The Data Store Read node in AugeLab Studio is used to read data from the data store. The data store is a shared storage area where you can store and retrieve data during the execution of your data pipeline. The Data Store Read node allows you to retrieve data that was previously stored using the Data Store Write node or other nodes that interact with the data store.

Node Overview

The Data Store Read node retrieves data from the data store based on a specified data key. It can be used to access data that was previously stored using the Data Store Write node or other nodes that interact with the data store. The retrieved data can be used as input for further processing in subsequent nodes.

Node Interaction

  1. 1.
    Drag and drop the Data Store Read node from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
  2. 2.
    Double-click on the Data Store Read node to open the node properties panel.
  3. 3.
    Enter the data key in the "Data Key" text field. This should be the same data key used when storing the data.
  4. 4.
    The retrieved data will be available as output from the Data Store Read node.

Input and Output Sockets

  • Input Sockets: The Data Store Read node does not have any input sockets.
  • Output Sockets: The Data Store Read node has one output socket of type Generic. The retrieved data from the data store will be available as output.

Implementation Details

The Data Store Read node follows these steps to retrieve data from the data store:
  1. 1.
    Enter Data Key: Enter the data key in the "Data Key" text field. This should be the same data key used when storing the data.
  2. 2.
    Retrieve Data: The Data Store Read node retrieves the data associated with the specified data key from the data store.
  3. 3.
    Output Data: The retrieved data is made available as output from the Data Store Read node.

Usage

  1. 1.
    Drag and drop the Data Store Read node from the node library onto the canvas in AugeLab Studio.
  2. 2.
    Double-click on the Data Store Read node to open the node properties panel.
  3. 3.
    Enter the data key in the "Data Key" text field. This should be the same data key used when storing the data.
  4. 4.
    The retrieved data will be available as output from the Data Store Read node.
  5. 5.
    Connect the output socket of the Data Store Read node to other nodes in your data pipeline to use the retrieved data for further processing.

Notes

  • The Data Store Read node provides the ability to read data from the data store in AugeLab Studio.
  • The data store is a shared storage area where you can store and retrieve data during the execution of your data pipeline.
  • Make sure to enter the correct data key used when storing the data in order to retrieve the desired data.
  • The Data Store Read node retrieves the data associated with the specified data key and makes it available as output.
  • The retrieved data can be used as input for subsequent nodes in your data pipeline.
  • Ensure that the data has been stored using the Data Store Write node or other nodes that interact with the data store before attempting to read it.
  • The Data Store Read node enhances the capabilities of AugeLab Studio by providing a way to share and access data between nodes in a data pipeline.
  • Utilize the retrieved data from the Data Store Read node in other nodes to perform various operations and analyses on the data.
  • The Data Store Read node enables a flexible and modular approach to data processing in AugeLab Studio.