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.
requires Mac OS X El Capitan, macOS Sierra, High Sierra or Mojave
News Did you know that Tablecruncher has been downloaded by more than 10,000 people during beta test?
What's the newest version?
What are CSV files?
Where's the formal definition for CSV files?
Does Tablecruncher run on macOS Mojave?
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?
Jul 4, 2019
Jun 28, 2019
After a long journey with nine public beta releases in nearly two years and more than 10,000 downloads, here is finally version 1.0.
Jun 12, 2019
This beta version 0.9.9.0 should be the last version before finally launching 1.0.
Jun 8, 2019
Some tips on how to work effectively with really large CSV files
May 15, 2019
The main features that are on my roadmap for 2019.