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An intuitive UI for managing data, for users of all technical skill levels. Built on Postgres.
Website • Docs • Live Demo • Matrix (chat) • Discord • Wiki
Mathesar is a straightforward open source tool that provides a spreadsheet-like interface to a PostgreSQL database. Our web-based interface helps you and your collaborators work with data more independently and comfortably – no technical skills needed.
You can use Mathesar to build data models, enter data, and even build reports. You host your own Mathesar installation, which gives you ownership, privacy, and control of your data.
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We are currently in the public alpha stage.
The Mathesar team is on Matrix (chat service). We also have mailing lists and the core team discusses day-to-day work on our developer mailing list.
Check out a live demo of Mathesar here!
Please see our documentation for instructions on installing Mathesar on your own server.
Mathesar is a non-profit project. Our goal is to make understanding and working with data easy for everyone.
Databases have been around for a long time and solve common data problems really well. But working with databases often requires custom software. Or complex tooling that people struggle to get their heads around.
We want to make existing database functionality more accessible, for users of all technical skill levels.
We actively encourage contribution! Get started by reading our Contributor Guide.
Mathesar is open source under the GPLv3 license - see LICENSE. It also contains derivatives of third-party open source modules licensed under the MIT license. See the list and respective licenses in THIRDPARTY.