We are happy to announce that Rax 1.1 is avalaible from today! This release contains many stability and performance improvements. Most importantly:
a'weeksmagic tags to relative duration.
- Added a sample
\operator for sets:
some_set\10will list random 10 elements of
some_set. In explorative analytics scenarios this is handy as it’s typically much faster than
some_set[1..10]which needs to sort the set elements.
- Added a syntax to set a default value for missing values, for example
%missing # -1;sets a default missing value for numbers to
- Added syntax to call external commands from inside Rax, e.g. :
$:result := <$: "|grep alamakota * > lines.txt">;
- Added the
%raxpathdirective which allows setting custom paths for
- Many optimizations to the temporal queries
- More efficient implementation of the temporal union operator (
- Many, many bug fixes
Download a free version of Rax from the Rax download page!