Field Value Count Report

John Wieczorek edited this page Oct 7, 2016 · 2 revisions

Field Value Count reports contain two columns and one row for every distinct value of the field in the source file. The first column is the name of the field on which the counts where made. The second column is the number of records in the source file where the field had a given value. Following is an example of a Field Value Count Report:

family,count
Falconidae,8
Sylviidae,7
Rheidae,7
Emberizidae,7
Fringillidae,6
Turdidae,5
Motacillidae,4
Corvidae,4
Accipitridae,4
Columbidae,3
Passeridae,3
Cisticolidae,3
Hirundinidae,3
Laridae,3
Sturnidae,3
Estrildidae,2
Muscicapidae,2
Pardalotidae,2
Paridae,2
Struthionidae,2
Tyrannidae,2
Nectariniidae,1
Podicipedidae,1
Anatidae,1
Laniidae,1
Musophagidae,1
Ploceidae,1
Dromaiidae,1
Eurylaimidae,1
Casuariidae,1
Regulidae,1
Picidae,1
Pycnonotidae,1
Alaudidae,1
Prunellidae,1
Dicruridae,1
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