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* A more comprehensive guide: [http://www.monetdb.org/wiki/MonetDB:Building_from_sources MonetDB:Building_from_sources]
 
* A more comprehensive guide: [http://www.monetdb.org/wiki/MonetDB:Building_from_sources MonetDB:Building_from_sources]
  
The sources are also available through a version control system, Mercurial. An introduction to Mercurial may be found [http://homepages.cwi.nl/~sjoerd/downloads/monetdb/MonetDB-Mercurial.html here]
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The sources are also available through a version control system, Mercurial. An introduction to Mercurial may be found [http://www.monetdb.org/Assets/MonetDB-Mercurial.html here]
  
 
== Presentation and first contact ==
 
== Presentation and first contact ==

Revision as of 20:19, 13 February 2012

Lots of information is provided by the MonetDB official documentation: http://www.monetdb.org/

This page is intended to provide additional resources to facilitate/complete a first contact with MonetDB.

Several of the enclosed documents were written for a MonetDB workshop organized within the TELEIOS project

Compilation and installation

You may chose to work with either the installer/packages for your OS, or the sources. They can all be found here.

If you decide to install MonetDB from sources, the following documentation is available:

The sources are also available through a version control system, Mercurial. An introduction to Mercurial may be found here

Presentation and first contact

General presentation

  • The following slides give an insight into which challenges are addressed by MonetDB, and how it differs from other DBMSs:

pdf odp ppt

"Hello world" and more

Official tutorial

MonetDB components: Merovingian, MonetDB, Mserver5 and Mclient

  • An introduction here

Memory management in MonetDB

Using MonetDB

Managing data

MonetDB provides full support for standardized SQL. Users can also use the fast assembly-like language MAL.

An alternative presentation of SQL with MonetDB may be found here:
Milena's presentation
Example data & scripts

These slides present MonetDB "in action" with a real-life scenario (analysis of radio telescope data):
Bart's presentation

Embedding MonetDB

MonetDB supports a vast range of client interfaces.

Examples of application using it as back-end are provided here.