Math: Find maximum from 2 numbers

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Use this action to find the maximum between 2 numbers. For example, if you input 3 and 10 as two inputs, the action will return 10.

To find the maximum, use the Find minimum from 2 numbers action.

How to configure this action

When configuring this action, reference a Integer or decimal in the X field configuration, and enter an Integer or decimal or reference a field in the Y field configuration. How do I reference a field?

For more advanced math, use Javascript with the Field: Field Formulas action.

Fields for this action

  • X

    • The integer or decimal to perform the operation on.
  • Y

    • The integer or decimal to perform the operation on.
  • Output field prefix

    • To help keep output fields organized, choose an output field prefix to add to the beginning of each output field name as this action may output more than one field.

What will this output?

This action outputs the value of the maximum of 2 numbers. For example, if X is 3 and Y is 10, the Result output field will return 10.

This action may generate multiple fields. To help keep output fields organized, the prefix above will be added to the beginning of each of the output field names, separated by two dashes. Each field will result as:{{output-field-prefix--output-field}}.

Output fields for this action

  • Result

    • The result of the operation. The output is a decimal type field.

Get help with a problem or question

If something’s not working as expected, or you’re looking for suggestions, check through the options below.

The results field is empty

Math actions require integer or decimal values. If you enter an incompatible value for the input, the output may be blank. For example, attempting to perform an operation on the value Marine Biologist will always return an empty field.

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