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Tablecruncher

The lightweight, yet powerful CSV Editor for your Mac.

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.

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Version 1.5.1
requires Mac OS X El Capitan, macOS Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave, Catalina or Big Sur (Intel/ARM64)

News  Tablecruncher is now natively running on Apple Silicon (ARM) Macs

Features

Open files bigger than 2GB and containing more than 15 million rows. Opening a 100MB CSV file with more than 500,000 lines takes less than 5 seconds on a dual-core Macbook Pro.
Use Javascript as a macro language to manipulate your CSV files. A simple API gives you access to all cells and you can change cell content as well as do abitrary calculations.
Export your table data to JSON. The exported JSON is an array-of-objects if there's a header row present in your CSV data. Otherwise you'll get an array-of-arrays.
Automatically detects most CSV file formats and file encodings for you. If you want, you can easily override the automatic detection and choose the appropriate CSV parameters.
Open and save CSV files with one of these encodings: UTF-8, UTF-16LE, UTF-16BE, Latin-1 (ISO-8859-1) and Windows 1252 files. (These list will be extended in future updates.)
Use the powerful Find and Replace dialog to search for patterns in your table or in a selected area. Regular Expressions according to the ECMAScript 5 standard are supported.
Enjoy crunching your data with four beautifully designed color themes, including a dark theme that fits well with the Mac's dark mode.
Flag rows manually or with the Find and Replace dialog and export flagged rows as a new CSV file.
Modify your CSV data grid easily. You can sort lines alphabetically or numerically, move columns right or left or delete columns. Or set your first CSV row as a header row.

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FAQ

What's the newest version?

At the moment 1.5.1 is the most up-to-date version. This version has been released on Nov 23, 2020.

What are CSV files?

CSV files are text files containing tabular data. The fields of the tables are separated by a special character, usually a comma, while a line break denotes a new record. The abbreviation CSV stands for Comma Separated Values.

Where's the formal definition for CSV files?

There is no formal definition, it's an ad-hoc-format. There exists an RFC 4180 that describes a best practice approach, but it's in no way an official formal definition.

Does Tablecruncher run on macOS Mojave and Catalina?

Yes, the application runs on macOS 10.14 Mojave as well as on the new macOS 10.15 Catalina. Dark mode is supported, but the appropriate theme has to be chosen manually.

Will Tablecruncher run on macOS Big Sur 11.0 (or 10.16)?

Yes! Since version 1.5 Tablecruncher is macOS Big Sur compatible.

Will Tablecruncher run natively on Apple Silicon (ARM architecture)?

Yes! Since version 1.5.1 Tablecruncher runs natively on Apple Silicon (ARM64).

What language and frameworks did you use to create Tablecruncher?

Tablecruncher is written in C++14, using the GUI framework FLTK. UTF-8 handling is provided by UTF8-CPP and Boost Locale. Duktape is the Javascript interpreter for the macro language and the JSON export routines are from Niels Lohmann's JSON libary.

Why does Tablecruncher not look like a typical Mac application?

To achieve the best possible performance, I decided to use C++ and the extremely fast FLTK toolkit. So, Tablecruncher is not written with an Apple-only tech stack. Result is a really fast application, but I know it never will win any design price. It aims to be a tool and like real tools it's not necessarily beautiful.

I miss a feature. How can I request it being implemented?

Just send an email to info@tablecruncher.com. I'll be happy to include it on my ever growing list of planned features, but make no promise that it'll ever be implemented.

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Blog

Version 1.5.1 brings native Apple Silicon (ARM64) support

Nov 23, 2020

Tablecruncher is now a universal application that runs natively on ARM Macs

Version 1.5 is Big Sur compatible

Sep 21, 2020

Tablecruncher is now Big Sur compatible

New version 1.2 published

Oct 10, 2019

This update allows to split and merge columns in your CSV files and comes with some user experience improvements.

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