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Atomic Tables

Self-hostable tabular structured data solution

Atomic Tables is a new extension to the open source Atomic Data ecosystem, which aims to make the web more interoperable. In Atomic Tables, users can easily create their own data models using a tables interface, which people know and love from tools like Excel, Notion and Airtable. Having a self-hostable alternative to the existing SAAS offerings helps users retain control over their own data. What makes this project unique, is that the data models created in Atomic Tables are retrievable by a URL and can easily be re-used on other machines. This keeps costs of transforming or mapping data at an absolute minimum. Maintaining a standardized data model suddenly becomes trivial, instead of costing countless of man hours. Additionally, the software is not just designed to be a clean, intuitive end-user facing application, but also a powerful developer API that brings incredible performance and flexibility, making it highly usable as a database in other applications.

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This project was funded through the NGI0 Entrust Fund, a fund established by NLnet with financial support from the European Commission's Next Generation Internet programme, under the aegis of DG Communications Networks, Content and Technology under grant agreement No 101069594.

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