TerminusDB is an open-source general purpose graph database that stores data like Git. It is built for data people and allows fierce data integration, versioning out of the box and unparalleled query. No data platform is more productive.
TerminusDB allows for the whole suite of revision control features: branch, merge, squash, rollback, blame, and time-travel.
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TerminusDBs are linked through TerminusHub. The hub allows the user to manage access to databases and to collaboratively work on shared resources. You can make changes to a database, push them to hub and have a collaborator pull the synced version of the database.
You can share and collaborate on curated data sets in a distributed manner using git-like operations (push, pull, fetch, clone, fork)
Collaboration is easy with clone/fork allowing data to be moved to your cloud or servers
Merge and branch operations let you mix and match data sources significantly simplifying integration tasks.
My first shared database - this is a quick tutorial to introduce you to sharing databases with TerminusDB and TerminusHub. This tutorial uses the console to create a database with a schema and then share the database using TerminusHub.
My first cloned database - introduction to cloning a database on TerminusHub. There are several curated datasets available on TerminusHub that you can quickly clone. This tutorial will show you how to clone a database in TerminusDB and Hub console. Once you have downloaded TerminusDB and set up your account, cloning a database should take less than a minute.
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