• Creating nodes

    After you've created the schema (node types and properties), it's time to create the first nodes. In this article, you'll learn how to add, edit and delete nodes.

  • Batch editing nodes

    Batch editing allows you to change values for multiple, or all nodes, at the same time. Use this feature when you'd like to modify an entire column of your table, and want to avoid making many changes manually.

  • Uploading images

    You can upload, or link images from the internet, and they will be associated with your nodes.

  • Sorting and pagination

    In the table view of your data, you can use sorting and pagination to quickly find the records you're looking for. This article shows how to paginate your table, and how to sort your columns.

  • Filters, groups and aggregations

    KgBase comes with basic data analysis features: Filtering, grouping and aggregations. Filtering can be used to show a subset of your records that match certain criteria. If you'd like to summarize your data, add groups and aggregations.

  • Adding derived columns

    Derived columns are used for including more complicated calculations, often consisting of complex queries. In this article, you'll learn how to summarize data by following a relationship to another table.

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