[Numpy-discussion] ANN: ViTables 2.1 released!
uvemas at gmail.com
Mon Feb 21 03:28:01 EST 2011
Announcing ViTables 2.1
After a long period retired from development activities I'm happy to come back
and present ViTables 2.1, the latest release of this viewer for PyTables/HDF5
As it happens with the entire PyTables family, the main strength of ViTables
is its ability to manage really large datasets in a fast and comfortable
manner. For example, with ViTables you can open a table with one thousand
million rows in a few tenths of second, with very low memory requirements.
Also important is the fact that it is designed to be a multiplatform
application, i.e., it runs flawlessly in Unix (and hence, GNU/Linux), Mac OS
X and Windows. The fact that it runs on top of PyTables ensures its speed and
In this release you will find some bug fixes and usability enhancements. New
- improved queries. They are faster and eat much less memory
- a simple but flexible plugins framework
- human friendly formatting of times and dates for PyTables native Time fields
and also for time series created via scikits.timeseries package
- datasets can be imported/exported from/to files with CSV format
At the moment, ViTables has been fully tested only on GNU/Linux and Windows
platforms, but as it is made on top of Python, PyQt and PyTables, its
portability should be really good and it should work just fine in other
How to get it
and click the link 'downloads area' to find the available packages.
Share your experience
I'm very interested in your feedback about ViTables. Please send your
opinions, suggestions, bugs, etc. to the ViTables Users Group at
Enjoy Data with ViTables, the troll of the PyTables family!
Share what you know, learn what you don't
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