Package: csvkit @ 1.0.5


Command-line tools for working with CSV


csvkit is a suite of command-line tools for converting to and working with CSV. It provides the following commands:

  • Input:

    • in2csv: Convert various formats to CSV.

    • sql2csv: Execute SQL commands on a database and return the data as CSV.

  • Processing:

    • csvclean: Remove common syntax errors.

    • csvcut: Filter and truncate CSV files.

    • csvgrep: Filter tabular data to only those rows where certain columns contain a given value or match a regular expression.

    • csvjoin: Merges two or more CSV tables together using a method analogous to SQL JOIN operation.

    • csvsort: Sort CSV files.

    • csvstack: Stack up the rows from multiple CSV files, optionally adding a grouping value to each row.

  • Output and analysis:

    • csvformat: Convert a CSV file to a custom output format.

    • csvjson: Converts a CSV file into JSON or GeoJSON.

    • csvlook: Renders a CSV to the command line in a Markdown-compatible, fixed-width format.

    • csvpy: Loads a CSV file into a agate.csv.Reader object and then drops into a Python shell so the user can inspect the data however they see fit.

    • csvsql: Generate SQL statements for a CSV file or execute those statements directly on a database.

    • csvstat: Prints descriptive statistics for all columns in a CSV file.

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