Graphext allows you to export your data in several ways, either directly downloading it or even exporting it to your integration of choice.

Downloading your data

The most straightforward way to export your data is to simply donwload it.

Download Menu

You can download the data in 3 different ways:

  1. Download the original dataset, without modifications
  2. Download a subsection of the dataset as an Excel® file
  3. Download a subsection of the dataset as a CSV file

For the last two options, this menu will pop up.

Download Popup

This will allow to make a selection of the columns you want to download.

As stated in the blue note, any selection you have currently applied in your data will be used to filter the resulting download.

In the case you created a graph or a model, the worflows create some utility columns as calculations from your data. These are excluded from the selection by default, but can be added back if desired.

Exporting to an integration

In the case you have an integration setup and give it write access, you can export any data to it.

For this, you have to setup at least one integration in which the option “Allow Write Ouput” is enabled. This will allow Graphext to dump any data onto it.

Allow Write Output

Projects and integrations are not necessarily related. You can export data from any project to any integration as long as the given integration had the option “Allow Write Ouput” when it was created.

If you (or someone in your team) enabled an integration with write access, this menu will become available:

Export to integration option

If the project you are trying to export from belongs to a team, and no one in the team created an integration, this message will show up:

Export to integration disabled

Any member of the team can create an integration that any member of the team will be able to use once setup.

If everything is setup correctly, clicking the “Export to integration” button will take you to same sampling data menu previously discussed. Select the columns (and apply the filters in the project) that you desire and click “Next”.

This next menu will ask for the integration to which the data will be exported.

Export menu

The integrations setup can be seen in the left sidebar. Here every integration is displayed, but only those with write access can be chosen.

You can then save and export your data to said integration. The data will be exported attending to the integration’s format.