The simplest, fastest way to get business intelligence and analytics to everyone in your company :yum:
Metabase is the easy, open source way for everyone in your company to ask questions and learn from data.
For more information check out metabase.com
Metabase can be run just about anywhere so checkout our Installation Guides for detailed instructions for various deployments. Here's the TLDR:
To run Metabase via Docker, just type
docker run -d -p 3000:3000 --name metabase metabase/metabase
To run Metabase via a JAR file, you will need to have a Java Runtime Environment installed on your system.
Go to the Metabase download page and download the latest release. Place the downloaded JAR file into a newly created directory (as it will create some files when it is run), and run it with the following command:
java -jar metabase.jar
Now, open a browser and go to http://localhost:3000 , and you will be asked a set of questions that will set up a user account, and then you can add a database connection. For this to work you will need to get some information about which database you want to connect to, such as the Host Name and Port that it is running on, the Database Name and the User and Password that you will be using.
Once you have added this connection, you will be taken into the app and you'll be ready to ask your first question.
For a more detailed walkthrough, check out our Getting Started guide.
Some questions come up over and over again. Check here first: FAQ
See SECURITY.md for details.
To get started with a development installation of the Metabase, follow the instructions at our Developers Guide.
Then take a look at our Contribution Guide for information about our process and where you can fit in!
We want Metabase to be available in as many languages as possible. See which translations are available and help contribute to internationalization using our project over at POEditor. You can also check out our policies on translations.
This repository contains the source code for both the Open Source edition of Metabase, released under the AGPL, as well as the commercial edition of Metabase Enterprise, released under the Metabase Commercial Software License.
See LICENSE.txt for details.
Unless otherwise noted, all files © 2021 Metabase, Inc.