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Yes. Using the parameters passed to createField method (Container container, Object itemId, Object propertyId, Component uiContext), you can inspect other properties of the same row, then just conditionally configure/choose the field.
BTW. In many cases using ColumnGenerator instead of editable Table is more flexible. Then you can e.g. return Label (which is not Field) in some cases and a TextField in other.