Copy input geometry for each row in a CSV file. The first row is skipped by default since we assume it is the header row. It copies the incoming shape geometry and provides a number of stamp variables that you can refer to. If you provide a template shape it will be used as a point source and for each row, the source shape will be translated to the point.
The data stamp node is quite powerful. Read the page on data stamping for an introduction.
CSV files can be exported from spreadsheet programs such as Microsoft Excel, Apple Numbers or Google Docs or from data mining applications such as Pattern.
- File: The CSV file.
- Table Name: The prefix for stamping. Normally you only change this when using multiple data stamp nodes.
The following data stamp variables are available (with the default “data” table name):
- data_row_count: The amount of rows in the file
- data_column_count: The amount of columns in the file
- data_row_index: The current index of the row, starting from zero.
- data_row_position: The relative position in the file, from 0.0-1.0
- data_value_0: The value of the first column. If the value can be parsed as a number, it will.
- data_value_1: The value for the second column.
- data_relative_value_0: The total of the column divided by the current value. A value between 0.0 and 1.0. Only available if the column has numbers in it.
- column_total_0: The total value for this column. Only available if the column has numbers in it.