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Introducing Tablesaw: A java dataframe for very large tables

Posted 12 June 2016 - 05:29 PM

Just wanted to share an open-source project I've been working on called Tablesaw. Tablesaw is a high-performance, in-memory data table, plus tools for data manipulation and a column-oriented storage format. The project is not quite ready for release, but I would love to start getting feedback from other devs.

You can find it on Github: https://github.com/lwhite1/tablesaw

With Tablesaw, you can import, sort, transform, filter, and summarize tables with hundreds of millions of rows on a laptop. It is designed for interactive use in the Java 9 REPL, but the real goal is to make all but the biggest data wrangling jobs approachable without the complexity of distributed computing (HDFS, Hadoop, etc.).

Hope you like it.

Larry

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Re: Introducing Tablesaw: A java dataframe for very large tables

Posted 12 June 2016 - 05:39 PM

This isn't really Industry News. I'll move it to Share Your Project.
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