Groups multiple nodes within a single container.
It may be appropriate to consolidate parts of your data flow into composites for ease of reuse and to keep larger data flows tidy. For example, if you have six nodes that are collectively required to perform one analytical task, in this case, you may decide to group the six nodes into a single Composite. Additionally, this allows you to set properties at the composite level if you want them to apply to all nodes contained within the Composite node.
For information on using clocks and events with composites, see Creating run dependencies inside composites.
Inputs and outputs
Inputs: Multiple optional.
Outputs: Multiple optional.