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csvutils - tools & scripts for working w/ comma-separated values (csv) datafiles

Hello, I’ve put together a new library / gem, that is, csvutils - a collection of tools ‘n’ scripts for working with comma-separated values (csv) datafiles - the world’s most popular tabular data interchange format in text :-). Command-line tools include: csvhead, csvheader, csvstat, csvsplit, csvcut and more. It’s just a start. Happy data / text wrangling with ruby. Cheers. Prost. PS: For some getting started .csv datafiles, see the /football.csv collection (incl. English Premier League, Bundesliga, Seria A, Ligue 1, European Cup, etc.).

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