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TEMPLATE How to guide {stub}

This guide will help you {do something.} {That something is important or useful, because of some reason.}

Prerequisites: This how-to guide assumes you have:
  • Completed the Getting Started Tutorial
  • Have a working installation of Great Expectations
  • Additional guide-specific prerequisites go here.
Do not introduce additional heading hierarchy or headers.
  • Guides must have a single h2 ## Steps heading with numbered h3 ### 1. xxx headings below it. This ensures consistency and supports a built in TOC seen on the upper right of all guides.
  • Guides may have an optional ## Additional Notes and ## Next Steps headings as shown at the end of this template.


What qualifies as a step?

To qualify as a step, the things within it must either:

  • require user input (change a name, add credentials, etc)
  • or require user to run something and view output

1. First do this#

Run this code to {do a thing}.

import os

2. Next do this.#

{Concise description of what the user is going to do}.

context = ge.get_context()

3. Finally, do this.#

Use tabs to represent choices.

When using Great Expectations there are sometimes choices to be made that do not warrant a separate how to guide. Use tabs to represent these.

Next, do {concise description of what the user is going to do} using either {choice in tab 1} or {choice in tab 2}.

Congratulations! You successfully {did the thing this guide is about}.

Additional Notes#

Additional Notes are optional and may contain:
  • links to any scripts used in this guide to facilitate user feedback via GitHub
  • additional context (use extremely sparingly)

To view the full scripts used in this page, see them on GitHub:

Next Steps#

Next steps are optional

Include them only if it makes sense.

Now that you've {done a thing}, you'll want to work on these {other things}: