Javascript is required

Do more research,
for less wrangling

Transform messy data into structured schemas using readable, auditable methods. Perform schema-to-schema crosswalks for interoperability and data reuse.

Ugly data and the transformation method giving it a makeover.

Transform data management

Your data are the foundation for research and decision-support. Ensure interoperability, transparency and probity by using readable, auditable crosswalks.

Derive schemas from source data

Import CSV, XLS or XLSX source files. Derive or coerce unruly data into a defined schema.

Bring us your ugly data, your mounds of dead files yearning to breathe free. [photo by Aditya at Unsplash]

Define schema-to-schema crosswalks

Drag 'n drop sequential actions to define structured and readable schema-to-schema transform methods.

Cry neatness, and unleash the methods of transformation. [photo by Nana Smirnova at Unsplash]

Manage data science research teams

Manage teams with authentication, and assign rights and tasks. Schedule and track a calendar of data updates and transforms.

Get thee to the sunny table and let us discurse upon the nature of data management. [photo by Dylan Gillis at Unsplash]

Execute and fetch data transforms

Make API calls to bulk create tasks or export transformed data for local automation. Download restructured data as CSV, Excel, Parquet or Feather.

Send forth the dogs of data discovery and let them retrieve what they find there. [photo by Anthony Duran at Unsplash]

Ensure interoperable standards and validation

Document BibTeX-compliant metadata for projects, collections and source data. Validate output data against an associated transformation method.

Data swaddled in metadata are like a port in a storm, ensuring safety and onward motion. [photo by Ousa Chea at Unsplash]

Integrate Whyqd into your workflows

Deploy the open source Whyqd stack as a standalone data science hub on your own infrastructure, or integrated as a Python package in your software.

Data are tools and the best investment is to ensure their safe custody. [photo by Benjamin Lehman at Unsplash]