This blog is part of a series showcasing projects developed during the 2020-2021 Tool Fund. The Tool Fund provided five mini-grants of $5,000 to support individuals or organisations in developing an open tool for reproducible research.
We are halfway through the process of reviewing our documentation and adding new features to Frictionless Data, and wanted to give a status update showing how this work is improving the overall Frictionless experience.
The Human BioMolecular Atlas Program Given has developed tableschema-to-template which takes a Frictionless Table Schema as input, and returns an Excel template with embedded documentation and basic validations.
Introducing a new team member - Sara Petti. Sara will be working as Community Manager of the Frictionless Data Project. If you are interested in knowing more about Frictionless Data, or you are already using our tools feel free to contact Sara!