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CVSer is being developed for use for researchers needing to sift useful data
from large sets of source data, which is commonly exported in CSV format
by records custodians. The screenshot shown is a real-life case in which
this desktop app is useful; the goal is to sort the cases by jurisdiction and
then insert a digest paragraph of each criminal case into a database table.

This application (v1 r125) is available for Linux, MacOS, & Windows
desktop platforms. Visit the Store page to purchase the current version, and coupon codes are offered to members of the Beta test team.

Current version in development is an upgraded viewer / processor for comma-, tab-, & pipe-delimited files. Working features are: Text File & QuickDB with custom table name.

Downloads are available upon purchase, and customers who have bought the current version are eligible for updates when they are released, for up to one year.

HELP & SUPPORT FOR THIS APP:

  1. How to make Excel export to CSV using a pipe or other custom character: https://realmakers.net/2019/02/23/how-to-make-a-psv-file/
  2. FREE browser for SQLite database files (3rd-party website):
    https://sqlitebrowser.org/
  3. More CVSer-specific articles will appear soon…

HISTORY / CHANGE LOG:

CURRENT VERSION:

Version 1, Revision 125 — 32bit for Mac, Linux, Windows.

START: VERSION 1

Version 1 looked like this and only produced a research journal in plain text.

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Last Updated: Tues, April 30, 2019 11.04 pm EST