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Hi @brahmavbr, I think I see what you're asking...
So first, the script only generates a single set of results - or a single table of data, if you're using one of the SQL options. In terms of generating more than one, you'd need to create multiple configurations.
To piece your tables together would be a manual process, and be determined by your data set and how the tables should relate to each other (one to one, one to many etc.). For that, I'm afraid you may need to do manual manipulation of the generated data. It really depends on exactly what you're trying to produce.
Sorry I'm not more help!