Structured Data File - Overview of Format

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The Structured Data File contains comma separated values (CSV); details on the row contents can be found in the table below, including which fields are available, the type, and if the value can be written back during an upload.

  • The first row of the file is always a header row containing the column names.
  • Except for the first row, all non-missing string values are in quotation marks.
  • Missing values are left blank.

For types marked as a list, expect the following:

  • The list is a collection of strings.
  • Each string is separated by a semicolon.
  • A trailing semicolon follows the last string in the list.

    For example, one;two;three;four;

For types marked as a list of lists, expect the following:

  • The list of lists is a collection of lists.
  • Each sublist is enclosed by parentheses.
  • Each sublist is separated from other sublists by a semicolon.
  • A trailing semicolon follows the last list.

    For example, (one;two;three;four;);(apples;bananas;);