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README.md

openrefineder

πŸ’  + πŸ“š OpenRefine on Binder!

Binder

Small demo of using OpenRefine on binder. Still under πŸ‘·πŸš§πŸ—!

Starting OpenRefine in a binder

Quickstart

Binder (launch binder with option urlpath=/openrefine)

From JupyterLab home screen

To access OpenRefine wait for the binder to launch. Then click "New -> OpenRefine session" on the right hand side of the screen.

Screenshot

A new tab should open which after a few seconds will show the familiar OpenRefine home screen.

OpenRefine CLI

This binder also includes the openrefine-client

  • as a one-file executable used with the bash_kernel
  • as a python module used in a python2 environment

bash_kernel demo notebook: Binder

python2 demo notebook: Binder

What is OpenRefine?

OpenRefine (formerly Google Refine) is a powerful tool for working with messy data: cleaning it; transforming it from one format into another; and extending it with web services and external data.

Read more about it: http://openrefine.org/

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