GroupKind.Type specifies the kind of grouping.
Enumerations simplify the process of selecting options within a function. To specify the
GroupKind.Type, users have the option to either input the below Argument description (which provides more information) or the shorter Value (which provides a more concise representation).
|GroupKind.Local||0||A local group is formed from a consecutive sequence of rows from an input table with the same key value. That means two rows with the same value will be placed in different groups if there’s a row with a different value between them.|
|GroupKind.Global||1||A global group is formed from all rows in an input table with the same key value.|
Here’s a list of functions that work with GroupKind.Type: