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Create Concept Instances
Create Concept Instances

This article explains what Concept Instances are and how to create them in Rainbird.

A concept instance is a piece of data that can be categorised into a concept.  For example, if a concept was “country”, “France” and “Germany” would be examples of concept instances belong to the conceptcountry“. Dependent on concept type and the rules of a map, concept instances can be created by a knowledge author or created at run-time by end-users.

  • For string concepts, a knowledge author can define their own instances or have end users input them
  • For number concepts, instances can be any numerical value
  • For date concepts, instances can be any valid date
  • For boolean (True/False) concepts, instances will be true or false

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