The world turns online, whether one likes it or not. Many people tended to explain the phenomenon of Internet stressing its anonymous nature, as a place where anyone could be what he wants. People were hiding behind strange nicknames and imaginary personalities sometimes more weird, than an average sci-fi author would dream to imagine. Companies were guarding their data passionately and promoted themselves via press-releases, thoroughly weighing every word they were going to make public. Read the rest of this entry »
Though Bitcut can store data, sort, filter and do all sorts of things you would expect of a database tool, it is essentially not about databasing. It is about understanding data, viewing them from different angles and discovering non-evident trends and tendencies. This is where Bitcut’s reporting, charts and drilldown are real remedy. Read the rest of this entry »
Though we try to make Bitcut as easy to use as possible, apparently it is not that intuitive. Novice users keep asking how they can do this and that. Perhaps, this is how it should be, and Bitcut, as any other feature-rich data service, requires certain explanation and training. Read the rest of this entry »
The main improvements are
- table data viewing and editing, and
- columns width resizing by mouse (wanted to mention it separately).
Here are the most important items on our roadmap for coming releases. You will soon be able to:
- restore deleted records and tables (the data is stored, need to add a UI to let recovering it);
- edit value lists for List columns;
- descriptions and comments for tables and reports;
- re-order columns in data table and category items in cross-tab reports;
- links between tables; and
- more data types for columns.
Looking forward to hearing your suggestions, comments and feedback!
Keeping the pace with one new release per month, we are now rolling out Bitcut release 3. This time it was rather tough, as we were striving to improve table usability and layout; and when you interfere with layout, you always get a real mess of new problems invoked by layout changes, that’s for sure. The third release was no exception to this rule, so the development team was committing fixes and testing them till the last minute. Anyway, here is Bitcut release 3, and it is now definitely better than before. Read the rest of this entry »
The Bitcut team is proud to announce the second public release of the Bitcut service. There is only one feature added this time, but it is a major one. From now on you can create your own Bitcut accounts with tables and reports visible only for those you invite to join.
Though you can make new Bitcut tables from scratch, uploading from MS Excel is a handy feature. Here are a few simple pieces of advice that explain how Bitcut handles MS Excel files. We hope this helps! Read the rest of this entry »
The Bitcut Demo-mode has been released! Now everyone is welcome to come and explore what it really can do. We’ve been working hard, and rather like what we have done. Read the rest of this entry »
Hi all. We are about to launch Bitcut – Texunatech’s web-application for data analysis. Just sign up, download your spreadsheets or create new ones and enjoy.
For those of you who prefer not to rush at it right now, I’ll say a few words about what Bitcut is and why we made it. Read the rest of this entry »