Commit 9ed0f486 authored by Paul McCarthy's avatar Paul McCarthy 🚵
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DOC: changelog

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* New :func:`.util.countRows` function to count the rows (lines) of a file; * New :func:`.util.wc` function to count the rows (lines) of a file;
this is simply a wrapper around the UNIX ``wc`` tool. this is simply a wrapper around the UNIX ``wc`` tool.
* New :func:`.util.cat` function to concatenate multiple files together;
this is simply a wrapper around the UNIX ``cat`` tool.
* New :meth:`.DataTable.subtable` and :meth:`.DataTable.merge` methods, to aid * New :meth:`.DataTable.subtable` and :meth:`.DataTable.merge` methods, to aid
in passing data to/from worker processes. in passing data to/from worker processes.
* Processing functions can now be specified to run independently on a subset * Processing functions can now be specified to run independently on a subset
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* FUNPACK will now parallelise tasks by default; previously it would only * FUNPACK will now parallelise tasks by default; previously it would only
parallelise tasks if ``--low_memory`` mode were selected. Data import, cleaning parallelise tasks if ``--low_memory`` mode were selected. Data import,
functions, processing functions, and the ``removeIfRedundant`` process all cleaning functions, processing functions, the ``removeIfRedundant`` process,
parallelise their work. and TSV exporting all parallelise their work. New columns created by processing
functions are saved to disk, and re-loaded by the main process, rather than
being passed back to the main process via inter-process communication.
* The ``--variable``, ``--subject`` and ``--exclude`` options now accept * The ``--variable``, ``--subject`` and ``--exclude`` options now accept
comma-separated mixtures of IDs and MATLAB-style ranges. comma-separated mixtures of IDs and MATLAB-style ranges.
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