GS-Base 16 has been released.

Changes in this version:

  • A number of new pivot table function have been added:
    geometric and harmonic means,
    variances and standard deviations,
    counting specific numbers,
    counting strings based on regular expressions,
    most frequently occurring numbers and strings.

Sample screenshots:

To maximize performance, the pivot functions can make use of up to 100 processor cores.

  • A few “copy” functions have been added to the pivot table context menu to make it easier/faster to copy them to other programs.

Sample screenshot:

  • The len() function has been modified to return the actual total size of a given binary field,
    if it’s applied to binary fields.
  • A few issues with percentile functions in pivot tables have been fixed.(For example, only one such function could be use at a time.)