Skip Iteration if Examples in Loop Subset <n
I have a process in which uses a loop to cycle through several polynomial examples of an attribute. Inside I have a windowing operation and a time series forecast with neural net.
All ok with that. However some iterations are aborted due to an error that arises due to lack of enough examples for the windowing operation.
I tried to solve this with handle exception. It seemed to me to be the right thing to do try. But in the end I have a collection of subsets with the forecast and original subsets, which cannot be appended because they don't share same attributes (and I also don't want it).
I would like to have something like for example: ignore iteration if examples in subset are <10.
I guess that I shall use Branch... but honestly I'm not being able to do it and I would love to have your help on this. Is it possible to skip an iteration if condition is not met?
Enclosed a mock example of my data source and process.