Database Toolbox™ provides functions and an app for interacting with relational and NoSQL databases. The toolbox supports any ODBC-compliant or JDBC-compliant relational database and provides NoSQL support for Apache Cassandra®, MongoDB®, and Neo4j®.
Native interfaces for MySQL®, PostgreSQL®, and SQLite provide functionality that streamlines interaction with your database. The interfaces ship with third-party drivers that connect to your database in deployed and cloud environments without additional setup or installation.
With the Database Explorer app, you can explore relational data interactively and generate MATLAB® code to automate or operationalize database workflows. For large data workflows, you can run query filters directly on your SQL queries.
Database Explorer App
Use the Database Explorer app to visualize data from your relational database without requiring SQL knowledge. Generate MATLAB code or SQL scripts to operationalize your database workflows.
ODBC and JDBC Database Support
Connect to your ODBC- or JDBC-compliant relational database on premises or in the cloud. Interact with your tables programmatically or by executing SQL queries.
Native Interfaces for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQLite
Connect to your MySQL, PostgreSQL, or SQLite database without additional driver setup. Interact with your database via database-specific functions that provide greater performance than an ODBC or JDBC interface in MATLAB.
Interact with Databases Without Writing SQL
Import, export, and perform inner and outer joins on your relational database tables without writing SQL queries. Customize your import options to reduce post-processing steps.
Selective Import for Database Table Rows
Add custom filters to your import methods and apply them directly to your database queries to reduce the size of data imported and improve query performance.
NoSQL Support for MongoDB, Cassandra, and Neo4j
Connect to your MongoDB, Cassandra, and Neo4j NoSQL database without additional driver setup. Interact with your data programmatically or with a database-specific query language.
“MATLAB makes it easy to access financial data from internal databases and external data service providers without building extra software. With MATLAB we can process that data using risk management techniques developed by our own experts and scale the system as we add more funds.”Athanasios Bolmatis, Fulcrum Asset Management
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