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Easy Data Transform v1.20.0 released

Easy Data Transform v1.20.0 is now available for Windows and Mac. Improvements include:

Hash transform

New Rows

New Rows

Find out more and download the new release from the release page:

Download Easy Data Transform v1.20.0

This is a free upgrade for everyone with a valid license. If you don’t yet have a license, you can buy one here.

Thanks to everyone who sent us bug reports and suggestions for improvements. Is there something you would like to see improved in Easy Data Transform? A bug that needs fixing? Something that is too slow? A feature request? Let us know by replying to this email or on the forum.


A hash maps any string to another string of a fixed length. Similar input strings produce very different outputs. E.g.:

The MD5 hash of “Hello” is:


The MD5 hash of “hello” is:


Hashing is a one-way process. You can’t reverse it.

The chance of 2 different strings producing the same hash ( a ‘collision’) is infinitessimally small.

Hashing has various applications:

You can see a useful 8 minute Tom Scott/Numberphile video on hashing if you click the image below:

Hashing video

Tidy Data

Tidy data has the form:

We’ve written an article showing how you can use Easy Data Transform to convert ‘messy data’ into ‘tidy data’ to make it easier to analyze and use.

Recently shared

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And finally

From the XKCD cartoon:

Flawed data

Andy Brice
Oryx Digital Ltd

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