Normalize data with notebooks

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Learn how to create a notebook that normalizes data. Walk through the following example to create a notebook that does the following:

  • Inputs sample data from NOAA
  • Normalizes sample data with a Flux script
  • Outputs normalized data to a bucket


Normalize data with a notebook

  1. Create a new notebook (see Create a notebook).
  2. Add a Metric Selector cell to select a bucket to query data from:
    • In the Choose a bucket dropdown, select your NOAA bucket.
    • Select the h2o_temperature field.
    • Select the mean function from the aggregate selector in the upper-right.
  3. Add a Flux Transformation cell with the following script to bring in data from the previous cell and normalize it:

    |> map(fn: (r) => ({ r with _value: float(v: r._value) / 10.0 }))
  4. Add an Output to Bucket cell:

    • Select the destination bucket for your normalized data.
  5. Add a Markdown cell to add a note to your team about what this notebook does. For example, the cell might say, “This notebook makes h20_temperature easier to view alongside water_level.”

  6. Click Preview in the upper left to verify that your notebook runs and preview the output.

  7. Run your notebook:

    • Click Run to run the notebook and write to the output bucket a single time.
    • To write continuously, click Export as Task in the upper right corner of the Output to Bucket cell. For details about working with tasks, see Manage tasks.

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