Save lets you save charts, models, and workflows so you can refer to them in the same session or use them in a different session. If you've loaded datasets in a session, you can save them as a database to which you can connect later and share with other users. Note that
Save is different from
Save saves the chart, model, workflow, or datasets into DataChat for later use, while
Export downloads a file to your machine.
Save has several utterance variations you can use to save data into your current session:
Save the current chart as <name>. Saves the current chart with the given name.
Save the current note as <name>. Saves the current note with the given name.
Save the current table as <name>. Saves the current table with the given name.
Save the current session as a snapshot <name> adding the datasets <datasets>. Saves the datasets in the current session as a snapshot.
Save the current session as a workflow <name>. Saves the current workflow with the given name.
Save the defined expressions to <file>. Saves any expressions defined in your session to the database.
Save the model <model> as <name>. Saves the specified model with a new name.
Save this session as a version of <name>. Saves the session as a version of an existing workflow.
Save uses the following parameters:
datasets(optional). The datasets to save as a snapshot.
file(required). The file to save the expressions to in the database.
model(required). The name of the model to save.
name(required). The name to give the saved object.
If the object is saved successfully, the system returns a success message.
If the object is not saved, the system returns an error message.
To save the current model, enter
Save the model as MyModel.
To save the current chart, enter
Save the current chart as MyChart.
To save the current workflow, enter
Save this workflow as MyWorkflow.
To save the datasets in your session as a snapshot, enter
Save the current session as a snapshot MySnapshot.