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Concept Types
Concept Types

This article explains what concepts are and how to make the most of their functionality. It also gives you an example knowledge map to explore Concepts inside the Rainbird Studio. 

Concepts in Rainbird can be one of four concept types: String, Number, Date, or True/False. Concept type dictates what information end users can input and what information Rainbird will output. Click on each concept type below for more information.

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  1. Concept Types - All Concept Types
  2. Concept Types - Downloadable Model
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Concept Types - Build Example files

When viewing the knowledge map generated by the RBLang below, please run the query on the relationship ‘presents risk’. The outcome will vary depending on user input.

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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