Workbench is a web-based tool that makes it easy to build reproducible workflows without code. You can upload, scrape, join, concatenate, paste or load online data sources. From there, add one simple analytical step after another to assemble powerful, live workflows. Each step focuses on a single operation: connect data, clean, filter, group, charts - and many more.
Workbench is build from the ground up to be transparent: The output charts are always connected to your document and its data source, and when shared, allow viewers to access and audit all the steps taken into producing them, as well as the underlying data.
The tool enables you to set up automatic updates, so that analysis and charts are updated every time the data source is updated, i.e. data is added or removed. You can use the tool for free, and paid options will soon be available for collaborative work, data source monitoring and more. If you can code, however, you can develop your own analysis modules, load them from a Github repository and make them available for others to use on the platform.