Last Updated on May 23, 2012
DataFerrett version 1.5.5
Right-click on Column Number:
Right-click on Row Number:
Right-click on Any Cell:
Explanation: Prior to this fix, geography labels failed to reappear when a user first cleared and then dragged variables back into the tabulation window.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, users received an error when highlighting cells spread over multiple time periods (instances) and attempting to create a time series graph.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, the error box contained no information when an incorrect formula was entered.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, a user was unable to add any variables to the tabulation after creating a formula that filled all available columns.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, a blank map window was generated when a user attempted to create a map after selecting empty rows or columns.
No data selected, map button inactive:
Highlight data to activate map:
Explanation: Prior to this fix, loading tables from an .ftf file could cause outdated geographies to be used, resulting in inaccurate mapping.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, a map based on a table in which selected rows were hidden would display the information from the hidden rows.
Hiding rows for Alaska, District of Columbia, Hawaii and Puerto Rico in spreadsheet:
Map prior to bug fix: Hidden rows (geographies) appear on the map
Map after bug fix: Hidden rows (geographies) do not appear on the map
Explanation: Prior to this fix, color changes were seen on the map legend but not on the map after multiple color changes were made.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, the layout file did not agree with the actual positions in the file when a space delimited file was created. The code has been modified so that the physical metadata for all items are added to the query as "must items", correcting the layout file presentation.
Explanation: Prior to this fix, the titles of the datasets in the DataBasket were displayed in the dataset column only when working with multiple datasets. The title was not displayed when using a single dataset.
Dataset displayed in CodeBook