Trifacta is a cloud-based and on-premises data cleaning software that offers a powerful data analytics tool. Suitable for businesses of all sizes, the software is equipped with a range of features including data structuring, validating, and detailed analytics.
Trifacta does not provide full pricing on their website. However, interested users can go to trifacta.com and request a quote. Alternatively, you can contact their customer support department directly at 1 (844) 332-2821.
Pros: User-friendly interface and DSL. The Visual Data Profiling features offer instant visibility into data distributions and outliers.
Cons: Free version is restricted to 100mb files.
Bottomline: Great tool! Offers an easy to use UI with key features and responsive interaction.
San Francisco, California
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1 (844) 332-2821
575 Market St, 11th Floor, San Francisco, CA 94105
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Is there a Trifacta free trial?
No, Trifacta does not offer a free trial. However, they do offer a free package for up to 100MB files. To sign up for the free package, visit trifacta.com and click 'Free Wrangler' in the top right corner of the main homepage.
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Where can I find the Trifacta login?
Go to trifacta.com and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly at https://cloud.trifacta.com/sign-in.
I love Trifacta, but wish that it wasn't restricted to 100mb files in the free version.
Big fan of trifecta, trying to get an enterprise deployment of it going at my company.
Trifacta is good for data wrangling / clean up. I've used it to prep data before importing into SAS VA for the fancy interactive visuals.
I also tried Trifacta at your suggestion. It seems to have a similar functionality to OpenRefine but with a prettier interface and a friendlier DSL. It also keeps a record of my steps but as a nice extra, it "translates" them into Python and I can export the script at the end and reuse it later. However, it didn't alter it's suggestions as a result of my usage as their service staff suggested. All in all, it's a nice tool (especially for non-programmers) and improves reproducibility/ reusability but I couldn't see any signs of learning.