Weekly Software Updates: Tablion Bug Fixes and Aristotle Feature Enhancements - Released

Dear Community,

We are excited to announce that the latest releases of Aristotle and Tablion have been successfully deployed! These updates bring several enhancements, bug fixes, and new features to improve your experience. Let’s dive into the details:

Aristotle 5.16.0:

  • Bugs:
    • The issue with sort indicator links in the framework details page has been resolved, ensuring a better user experience.

Tablion 3.3.0:

  • Bugs:
    • The incorrect display of the number of selected variables on the Data Access Summary Page has been fixed.
  • Features:
    • We are thrilled to introduce a new user role that enables individuals to approve both passports and data requests, providing increased flexibility and efficiency.
    • A new dataset option has been added to determine whether the initial project lead can be onboarded by default, streamlining the onboarding process.

We would like to express our gratitude to the community for your valuable feedback and contributions. Your input has played a crucial role in shaping these releases. We hope these updates enhance your productivity and improve your overall experience with Aristotle and Tablion.

If you encounter any issues or have suggestions for further improvements, please don’t hesitate to let us know. We value your participation and remain committed to making our platforms the best they can be.

Thank you for being part of our community!

Best regards,
Aristotle Metadata

Dear Community,

We are excited to share the upcoming release of Aristotle Version 5.17.0, released for July 25, 2023. This release brings several new features and bug fixes that we believe will enhance your experience with Aristotle. Here’s a sneak peek into what’s coming:


  • Added System User: We are thrilled to introduce the inclusion of a system user in Aristotle. This new feature will provide increased flexibility and improved functionalities within the platform.

Bug Fix:

  • Fixed Custom Field Edit Issue: We have addressed a bug that allowed inactive and hidden custom fields to be edited by unauthorised users in the new editor. This fix ensures the appropriate permissions are enforced, maintaining data integrity.

We value your feedback and engagement in our community, which has been instrumental in shaping these updates. Your participation is essential to our ongoing efforts to improve and refine Aristotle.

We hope you enjoy the new features and experience a smoother and more efficient Aristotle platform.

Thank you for being part of our community, and we look forward to bringing you more exciting enhancements in the future!

Best regards,
Aristotle Metadata