Tabular data is everywhere and developers, data scientists or e-commerce managers have to deal with sometimes very large CSV data sets. But the Mac lacks an editor, that is capable of handling these CSV files in a fast and user-friendly way. Tablecruncher is the tool to open, edit, convert, export and save all kind of CSV files, no matter how large they are or what encoding they use.
News First (very early) beta for Tablecruncher 2 released. More ...
What's the newest version?
What are CSV files?
Where's the formal definition for CSV files?
Does Tablecruncher run on macOS Mojave and Catalina?
Will Tablecruncher run on macOS Big Sur 11.0 (or 10.16)?
Will Tablecruncher run natively on Apple Silicon (ARM architecture)?
What language and frameworks did you use to create Tablecruncher?
Why does Tablecruncher not look like a typical Mac application?
I miss a feature. How can I request it being implemented?
Dec 20, 2022
A very early first beta version for the completely rewritten version 2 of Tablecruncher is available
Sep 12, 2022
The completely new version 2 for Tablecruncher is due this autumn.
Aug 29, 2021
Tablecruncher provides a simple method to find data inconsistencies in CSV files
Nov 23, 2020
Tablecruncher is now a universal application that runs natively on ARM Macs
Sep 21, 2020
Tablecruncher is now Big Sur compatible