Drag and drop a spreadsheet file anywhere within the Workflow section to import your data and begin exploring your data in a data table.
qsv pro features a suite of recipes (scripts) for common data wrangling tasks to perform on your spreadsheet, including:
qsv pro allows you to upload your transformed data to a CKAN datastore to specify file metadata.
No need to run qsv commands in your terminal. Try out our qsv Configurator graphical user interface (GUI)* as an interactive way to run qsv without the need to use a command line interface (CLI).*Configurator does not currently support all qsv commands.
After you complete your 7-day free trial, you'll need a license key to continue using qsv pro. Select the subscription plan that suits your needs and benefit from qsv pro.
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qsv pro is a desktop application that allows you to run qsv commands with a graphical user interface based on the qsv CLI tool. It also features a suite of recipes (scripts) for common data wrangling tasks to perform on your spreadsheet, including sorting rows, removing duplicate rows, and removing Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
qsv pro is currently in preview, which means that it may contain bugs and does not include all of the features that are planned in a stable release. If you encounter any bugs or have any feature/feedback requests, you may contact us with our feedback form.
qsv pro may include experimental features that may not be fully functional/tested or may not be included in a stable release. If you encounter any bugs or have any feature/feedback requests, you may contact us with our feedback form.
You may download the latest version of qsv pro with a 7-day free trial. During or after the trial, you may purchase a license to continue using qsv pro. You may choose between any of the installers for Windows (.msi, -setup.exe), macOS (.app, .dmg), and Linux (.AppImage, .deb).
There is a feedback button in the top right corner of qsv pro. You may also contact us with the links in the footer.
Your CKAN dataset's URL is the URL of your CKAN instance (e.g. https://demo.ckan.org) followed by /dataset/ and the dataset's ID (for example: https://demo.ckan.org/dataset/sample-dataset).
You can generate a CKAN API key by logging into your CKAN account, clicking on the user settings gear icon on the top right corner, and clicking 'Regenerate API Key' on the bottom right corner of the page. Then when you click on your username on the top right corner, you will see your API key on the bottom left corner of the page.
You may manage your billing information at store.dathere.com/billing.
Yes, you may change the theme with the sun/moon icon on the top right of qsv pro.