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and I would like to sample with a Montecarlo Sampling the data from column X. Say I run such a sampling with the Simulation Sampling Tool with kind of data "raw data", select column X as "select feeds to sample" and select "sample entire rows" as sampling strategy (see screenshot).
So I get say "0.5" selected. I would like then to extract the complete row with all its columns. How would I proceed? (e.g. joining back with the original data set on column X is a bad option, since the data set would have more rows with value "0.5" that I don't necessarily want to select). Would it help if I choose e.g. ID also as "fields to sample"?
I try to explain again that I would like to achieve: I want to sample a complete raw of data based on the distribution of a given column. If I select in the tool "Simulation Sampling" only the column I want to sample (in the example, column "X"), then I get only values from that column or though I want the complete raw (what I thought I get when selecting "entire rows" from "Select sample strategy" option). As an alternative, I take the column ID and the column I want to sample in the "Select fields to sample" option, then I just joined back on ID. But I'm not sure if the tool "Simulation Sampling" is then sampling from the join-distribution of this two columns or not (which I wouldn't like to do).
Is it now maybe a bit clear what I want to achieve?