Numeric dimensions can use interval notation to specify a range of values. Place range interval notation in the value key of the criterion.
Square brackets, “[” (lower bound) and “]” (upper bound) indicate that that the adjacent value is inclusive. Parentheses indicate that the adjacent value is not included.
If one of the values in the range is unbounded, use a question mark (?) in place, or do not include any value at all.
|a||x = a|
|[a,b]||a <= x <= b|
|[a,b)||a <= x < b|
|(a,b)||a < x < b|
|(a,b]||a < x <= b|
|(a,?] (a,?) (a,] (a,)||x > a|
|[a,?] [a,?) [a,] [a,)||x >= a|
|[?,a] (?,a] [,a] (,a]||x <= a|
|[?,a) (?,a) [,a) (,a)||x < a|