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Announcing Toad Data Point v3.7 and Toad Intelligence Central v2.5!

May 15, 2015 5:35:35 PM by Michael Micalizzi

We are pleased to announce the release of Toad Data Point v3.7. This new version is now available to download.

  • Existing customers who own Toad Data Point can download the latest version at Quest Support
  • Prospective customers who would like to try a free 30-day trial of Toad Data Point can download the trial from ToadWorld.com.

This new release contains enhancements to help analysts more easily prepare, view and analyze data.  Dell is quickly expanding the data preparation capabilities of Toad Data Point and this important release takes us further down the path to self-service data preparation.

Some of these new enhancements include:

1.     A completely new Transformation and Cleanse Engine.

This will allow analysts to easily prepare data for reporting and analysis.  Users can curate a reusable library of single preparation steps or whole preparation routines. A new Suggestion Engine will detect and suggest actions to be taken to help with data preparation.

2.    New Dimensional Browser to quickly aggregate and pivot data

Build custom, multi-dimensional views of your data. Apply groupings, calculations and use roll-up columns to easily view aggregated data. 

3  Get instant insight into your data relationships

Use the new analyze join feature to get visual insight into your data joins

 

4.  Do simple data visual discovery with the new FREE Toad Data Point Viewer

Use the new free Toad Data Point Viewer to create shareable visualization and analysis workbooks.

The new versions of Toad Intelligence Central v2.5 can be found in the following locations:

 

Tags: Toad Data Point Toad Intelligence Central Analysis

Michael Micalizzi

Written by Michael Micalizzi

Married to my beautiful wife Tracy and our 6 children living in Southern California! Passionate about my 2 favorite teams; Dallas Cowboys and Los Angeles Angels! I enjoy mountain biking and deep sea fishing when I'm not coaching my son's Little League team on the weekends.