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Owen Duncan|Last Updated: 10/5/2018
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Partitions the table into a list of groups number of tables, based on the value of the column of each row and a hash function. The hash function is applied to the value of the column of a row to obtain a hash value for the row. The hash value modulo groups determines in which of the returned tables the row will be placed.

Table.Partition ( table as table, column as text, groups as number, hash as function) as list  


tableThe Table to modify.
columnThe column to apply hash to.
groupsThe number of groups to make.
hashThe hash function to apply.


Table.Partition(Table.FromRecords({[A=1], [A=2], [A=3], [A=4], [A=5], [A=6]}),"A", 2, each _)  
equals Table.FromRecords({[A=2], [A=4], [A=6]})  
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