But there’s more than one URL fro each cell, that’s the problem. Yes it extracts more than one url for the whole column but not more than one for each cell, that’s the reason why I want a new table, because the number of rows would be different.
Palladian 2.0 has a new Regex Extractor node which (among others) has a preset for extracting URLs. It allows to output extraction results in separate rows (and will give a back-reference to the RowID from source), only to extract the first occurrence, extract a “Collection Cell”, or even a fine-grained JSON object which contains the results including the offsets within the input string.
More details about the Palladian 2.0 release are available here: