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Deduplication and Data Cleansing Software

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Does anyone know of a deduplication and data cleansing tool that works with
Access databases?

Thanks

Andy
Nov 13 '05 #1
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Only the ones I custom write for clients. I'd be interested
to see how such a thing could be made flexible enough to
suit many different uses without costing too much, not just
for curiosity's sake but because I've spent too long hacking
away at messy data cleaning it semi-manually... :-)

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
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In news:42********@duster.adelaide.on.net,
Andy typed:
Does anyone know of a deduplication and data cleansing
tool that
works with Access databases?

Thanks

Andy

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Try Twins from DataTools.

http://www.datatools.com.au/dqo.htm

I'm pretty sure this is written in Access. I saw a demonstration of it a few
years ago at an Access Users group in Sydney. It looked pretty powerful.

Owen Jenkins
Andy wrote:
Thanks.

I have a found a tool called LinkageWiz that looks pretty powerful and
should dowhat I need. The address is www.linkagewiz.com.

Regards,

A.

"Nick Coe (UK)" <cl*****************@MASPON.yahooDOTcom> wrote in message
news:42***********************@ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net...
Only the ones I custom write for clients. I'd be interested
to see how such a thing could be made flexible enough to
suit many different uses without costing too much, not just
for curiosity's sake but because I've spent too long hacking
away at messy data cleaning it semi-manually... :-)

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
----

In news:42********@duster.adelaide.on.net,
Andy typed:
Does anyone know of a deduplication and data cleansing
tool that
works with Access databases?

Thanks

Andy



Nov 13 '05 #3

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This link might work better :)

http://www.datatools.com.au/

Owen Jenkins wrote:
Try Twins from DataTools.

http://www.datatools.com.au/dqo.htm

I'm pretty sure this is written in Access. I saw a demonstration of it a few
years ago at an Access Users group in Sydney. It looked pretty powerful.

Owen Jenkins

Andy wrote:
Thanks.

I have a found a tool called LinkageWiz that looks pretty powerful and
should dowhat I need. The address is www.linkagewiz.com.

Regards,

A.

"Nick Coe (UK)" <cl*****************@MASPON.yahooDOTcom> wrote in message
news:42***********************@ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net...
Only the ones I custom write for clients. I'd be interested
to see how such a thing could be made flexible enough to
suit many different uses without costing too much, not just
for curiosity's sake but because I've spent too long hacking
away at messy data cleaning it semi-manually... :-)

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
----

In news:42********@duster.adelaide.on.net,
Andy typed:
> Does anyone know of a deduplication and data cleansing
> tool that
> works with Access databases?
>
> Thanks
>
> Andy


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Owen Jenkins
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HealthBase Pty Ltd ABN 17 076 020 329
PO Box 714, Randwick, NSW 2031
Tel & Fax: 61 2 9341 7792
Nov 13 '05 #4

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Cheers Owen.

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
----

In news:42***************@healthbase.com.au,
Owen Jenkins typed:
This link might work better :)

http://www.datatools.com.au/

Owen Jenkins wrote:
Try Twins from DataTools.

http://www.datatools.com.au/dqo.htm

I'm pretty sure this is written in Access. I saw a
demonstration of
it a few years ago at an Access Users group in Sydney. It
looked
pretty powerful.

Owen Jenkins

Andy wrote:
Thanks.

I have a found a tool called LinkageWiz that looks
pretty powerful
and should dowhat I need. The address is
www.linkagewiz.com.

Regards,

A.

"Nick Coe (UK)" <cl*****************@MASPON.yahooDOTcom>
wrote in
message
news:42***********************@ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net...
Only the ones I custom write for clients. I'd be
interested
to see how such a thing could be made flexible enough
to
suit many different uses without costing too much, not
just
for curiosity's sake but because I've spent too long
hacking
away at messy data cleaning it semi-manually... :-)

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
----

In news:42********@duster.adelaide.on.net,
Andy typed:
> Does anyone know of a deduplication and data cleansing
> tool that
> works with Access databases?
>
> Thanks
>
> Andy

Nov 13 '05 #5

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Andy,
Thanks for that, interesting link.

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
----

In news:42********@duster.adelaide.on.net,
Andy typed:
Thanks.

I have a found a tool called LinkageWiz that looks pretty
powerful and
should dowhat I need. The address is www.linkagewiz.com.

Regards,

A.

"Nick Coe (UK)" <cl*****************@MASPON.yahooDOTcom>
wrote in
message
news:42***********************@ptn-nntp-reader04.plus.net...
Only the ones I custom write for clients. I'd be
interested
to see how such a thing could be made flexible enough to
suit many different uses without costing too much, not
just
for curiosity's sake but because I've spent too long
hacking
away at messy data cleaning it semi-manually... :-)

--
Nick Coe (UK)
AccHelp v1.01 Access Application Help File Builder
http://www.alphacos.co.uk/
Download Free Copy
----

In news:42********@duster.adelaide.on.net,
Andy typed:
Does anyone know of a deduplication and data cleansing
tool that
works with Access databases?

Thanks

Andy

Nov 13 '05 #6

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