[okfn-discuss] Stanford's Vizualisation Group's new tool: Wrangler

Tim McNamara tim.mcnamara at okfn.org
Mon Sep 26 02:39:52 UTC 2011

I've just discovered a really neat tool that is at an alpha state from
Stanford's Vizualisation Group: Wrangler. At first it looks like
Google Refine-lite, but it includes suggested improvements and
interactive previews. Lots of neat. The application is not (yet?)
downloadable/installable. However, as it's a client-side JavaScript
application, it's open source by design.

Homepage: http://vis.stanford.edu/wrangler/
Introductory video: http://vimeo.com/19185801
Or have a play yourself: http://vis.stanford.edu/wrangler/app/

The developers are monitoring people's use of the tool to further
optimise its usability. I assume they If you would like to wrangle any
public data into an easy to analyse state, perhaps give them a hand by
using Wranger.

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