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SQL Authorization

To access the SQL interface you need to retrieve your access credentials.

You can register for a free account and get the SQL access credentials right now at in just a few seconds. Go ahead, I’ll wait.

Decide on a SQL-Client

Get yourself a proper SQL-Client to access our database. We currently favour PGAdmin4, but it’s up to you:

Connect to the database

Setup your connection as mentioned in the account backend. If you need help or any errors occur, please don’t hesitate to ask for help from us.


Please keep in mind that the SQL interface is still in a beta status, hence the service might not be constantly available and the database schema could change from one day through another. Now you might proceed using the SQL database or go on to the tutorial.


We might also be able to help you to pin down and visualize the data relevant for your specific use case. Just email us at – we are excited to see our data used in many new ways!

Interested or questions?


Sascha Göbel
(Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer)
+49 6131 3272372


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