Feature Request....Filter example range....select last x records
This is one operator that I use all the time. It is especially handy to chop off the beginning of a data set by selecting record 1 -> x and hitting invert. It is on the other hand much more involved to do from the other end of the data set. It can be done in python in one line. df = df.tail(x). Unless I have missed something all these years, I have been counting records and then building macros to create a window for the last x records. Can we have an easier/faster way to do this? I know you can sort, apply the filter and sort back but the filter example range operator should be able to work on both ends of the dataset.