Hey @joshua mclellan, the short answer is not really. You can make more than one flow object in a script though so you can make another flow that is the subset.
return x * 2with Flow('simple map') as flow:
t = add_ten.map([1, 2, 3])
s = add_ten.map([10, 20, 30])
with Flow('simple map2') as flow2:
t = add_ten.map([1, 2])
Yes Zach is right though that maybe you want the Flow of Flows setup. A lot of users use this to trigger subsections of the full logic at a time. This also has the added benefit that different subflows can run on different Executors
For running an individual task, you can use
also, but this won’t run all the dependencies attached.