Select a fixed or percent variance to blur a numeric source value. The low blurring value is a variance below the source value. The high blurring value is a variance above the source value. The low and high values must be greater than or equal to zero. When the Data Masking transformation returns masked data, the numeric data is within the range that you define.
The following table describes the masking results for blurring range values when the input source value is 66: