I recently released a 'no code' data manipulation tool for Windows and Mac. I am from a software engineering/physics background, so I didn't really think about bioinformatics as a possible use for the tool. However I now have several customers using it to manipulate DNA and protein sequences. So it would be interesting to find out a bit more about this application area. A few questions if you don't mind.
Do you use 'no-code tools' for data manipulation, such as joining, filtering, sorting, pivots etc? Or do you prefer a programming approach?
If you do use 'no code' tools, which ones and what do you like and dislike about them?
What file formats do you mainly use for storing and exchanging bioinformatics data (currently I support CSV, TSV, Excel, JSON and XML).