Once you loaded data into EasyMorph you can start transforming it.
Transformations can be added (applied) to tables in various ways:
The basic way, which can be used for all transformations, is to click "Add transformation" in menu Main to get the list of available transformations, and then drag needed transformation from the list (in the sidebar) right onto a table. You can insert transformations at the end of the transformation chain, or between existing transformations.
Another way to transform data is to use context menu commands. For instance, when you click the "hamburger" icon on a column header (or right-click the header) and choose Remove column EasyMorph automatically creates "Remove columns" transformation with current column selected. You can apply the commands from the right-click menu to multiple columns. To select multiple columns Ctrl+click their headers.
You can also use the cell context menu to automatically create "Filter", "Clean up" and "Trim" transformations. Right-click a cell and choose a command.
Note that in some cases automatically created transformations might have incomplete properties. For instance when you aggregate data using the column right-click menu EasyMorph automatically creates "Aggregate" transformation with selected columns but without grouping. To specify grouping you will need to additionally edit properties of the "Aggregate" transformation in the side bar.
The full list of available transformations with examples is available in the web-help. See Help: transformations.
There is a number of operations that can be performed with transformations in a project: