3 posts tagged with python by simonw.
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Datasette Lite

I've been working on Datasette, a Python application for exploring databases for a few years now. Today I released a new tool built on top of it: Datasette Lite, which runs the existing server-side Python application entirely in your browser, using a WebAssembly version of Python. [more inside]
posted by simonw on May 5, 2022 - 4 comments

git-history: a tool for analyzing scraped data collected using Git and SQLite

I've been exploring a way of running web scrapers for a few years that I call Git scraping: the idea is to scrape a source of data (like a "current power outages" map from an electricity company) into a Git repository such that the history of that repository tells the story of changes to that information over time. git-history is a new command-line utility I've released which helps convert that collected history into a SQLite database to support analysis using my Datasette tool.
posted by simonw on Dec 12, 2021 - 6 comments

Datasette Desktop (macOS application)

This is the new Mac desktop version of my Datasette application, which helps people explore SQLite databases and CSV files and install plugins to visualize them, clean them up and more. [more inside]
posted by simonw on Sep 14, 2021 - 8 comments

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