Today I implemented if/then/else on the No Code Data Science prototype I'm working on, here's an example assigning a color to each row according to the value of a calculated field derived from values from a CSV with football match results:

New Status Update on instadeq's "No Code Data Science Platform": UI Improvements, Rich Text Cell Type, View Mode, Download Cell Output, Export/Import Session:

New "No Code Data Science" Prototype Demo: Visualizing Space X launches using their JSON API

Quick prototype feature update:

* Rename cell titles
* Smart path alternatives by using current inputs
* Sorting chart's output table is reflected on the chart

Second Screencast Showing the Progress of Instadeq's No Code Data Science Platform.

How to go from an Excel Spreadsheet, a CSV or JSON file or a Wikipedia Page to a chart in a few clicks.

An overview of instadeq's next product, a "No Code Data Science Platform", early days but the core idea should be visible already, feedback and/or questions more than welcome!

The economist "visualizing" data in a podcast using sounds, really interesting:

New version of a prototype to query tabular data by example.

Demo using football matches and sales data from CSV files.

Try it yourself at

Early prototype of querying tabular data by example using football matches as sample data.

spam accounts in the local timeline seems to be a thing now :/

Overview of operations available for Spreadsheets and Table data types.

New instadeq feature, "change time travel" (undo).

Slide through changes and see how they behave on current data.

It can be combined with tracing and input time travel to see how it behaves on previous data.

Any entry can be recovered and used as current.

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