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TaDaPro (Tabular Data Processor) is a command-line utility to operate with numerical column tabulated data. It is intended for operations that are cumbersome to do by hand in a spreadsheet and for transformations that have to be applied as a batch process on many files.

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Recent releases

  •  08 Apr 2009 18:23

    Release Notes: Support for non-linear fitting of curves, user-defined math functions, and splitting and reshaping of tables. Minor bugs have been fixed.

    •  14 Mar 2009 20:00

      Release Notes: This release fixes several regression bugs, asks if you want to save modified tables when exiting, and adds a "running" command to compute running properties, a "correlate" command to compute Pearson"s correlation, a "findzero" command to find the point where a curve crosses zero, a "size" macro (instead of "rows" and "columns"), "realfft" and "complexfft" commands to compute FFT, a "history" command to show the command history, and a "repeat" (alias ":") command to execute a given command again.

      •  21 Nov 2008 17:00

        Release Notes: This release adds command history in ~/.tadapro.history, the error message "Out of range", the flag "inplace" in "celleval" to replace values "on the fly", the option "padrow" in "load" to pad rows with empty columns, and the type specifier "b:" for boolean arguments. It fixes a bug in argument handling, a bug in the command completer, and several regression bugs. Several searches and substitutions have been implemented with regular expressions. The variable "autoload" is used to customize automatic loading of files (when using -e or -c).

        •  17 Nov 2008 00:14

          Release Notes: New scripting capabilities: flow control with 'if','else','while',and 'for'. Support for customizing the 'load' command with UNIX pipes. Additional commands and macros. Better online help. A major rewrite of the code.

          •  06 Nov 2008 07:53

            Release Notes: Support for macros and support for user-defined variables were added. Arithmetic and command expansions were implemented. Batch execution for scripts over many files is supported.


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