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Clone a Dataset

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sbr
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Clone a Dataset
Is there a way to clone a dataset ?

Clone an S3 Dataset to local, or local to S3... or clone local to local ?
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jrouquie
Dataiker Alumni
Yes, you probably want to use the "sync" recipe.

Best regards,

Jean-Baptiste Rouquier

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jrouquie
Dataiker Alumni
Yes, you probably want to use the "sync" recipe.

Best regards,

Jean-Baptiste Rouquier

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sbr
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Thanks !
I would also expect that function directly on the dataset (like delete). Instead it is added to the recipe, and I have to delete the job afterward...
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jrouquie
Dataiker Alumni
I see. If you'll never need to replay the copy, then there is another path. On the dataset, click action → download → advanced parameters → export to new dataset.
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sbr
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That was exactly what I was searching... great..

You must admit, that from a ux point of view, it is well hidden.. I'll never search for copy function under download-advanced...
Neither would I expect the "Run" in Custom Recipes under Settings... rather than und "actions"...
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