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Boolean Operators and / or ( true / false )
Boolean Operators and / or ( true / false )

This article explains how to use Boolean concepts. It also gives you an example knowledge map to explore Boolean concepts inside the Rainbird Studio.

In Rainbird, concepts can be Boolean concepts, containing either TRUE or FALSE values.

Please continue reading the article following the subtopics:

  1. Building with Boolean Operators - Example Map
  2. Building with Boolean Operators - Downloadable Model
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Boolean Operators and / or ( true / false ) - Downloadable Model file

Query and Results

When viewing the knowledge map generated by the RBLang below, please run the query on the relationship ‘belongs to age group’ for an example of a query that uses boolean concepts.

Building with Boolean Operators - Example Map

This article will demonstrate how to build a map that uses two boolean concepts (TRUE/FALSE) to sort a user into an age bracket.

1. Creating Concepts & Relationships

Create the following concepts:

2 string concepts – ‘Person‘... (More)

Concept Types Examples

When creating or opening a new Concept you can define the Concept Type below the Concept Name:

String Concept

String concepts are the default and most commonly used type of concept. A string can be made up of any and... (More)

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