Keep track of all the queries for data analysis

Keep track of all the queries for data analysis

Keep track of all the queries for data analysis

The AI SQL knowledge base for data teams
The AI SQL knowledge base for data teams
The AI SQL knowledge base for data teams

Meet 🐧 Datascale ✨ — we help organize saved queries, gain table insights, and visualize relationship from scattered analyses.

Meet 🐧 Datascale ✨ — we help organize saved queries, gain table insights, and visualize relationship from scattered analyses.

Meet 🐧 Datascale ✨ — we help organize saved queries, gain table insights, and visualize relationship from scattered analyses.

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Knowledge search

Data dictionary

SQL collection

✨ Turns SQL into knowledge

Understand how data is used with AI

From saved queries to automated data catalog and analytics knowledge search

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All your SQL in one place

Single-source-of-truth for your analysis. Watch the product walkthrough.

🧠 A Second Brain for SQL

"We create a framework to help you simplify SQL note-taking
and organize data knowledge base."

"We create a framework to help you
simplify SQL note-taking
and organize knowledge management"

"We create a framework to help you simplify SQL note-taking and organize knowledge management"

✍️ Knowledge management

Build your ultimate productivity system

Designing a space for your ideas

Keep your analysis in order

PARA + 3 digits methods: a detailed approach to organize your data analyses and unlock your creativity. See full guideline

PARA + 3 digits methods: a detailed approach to organize your data analyses and unlock your creativity. See full guideline

PARA + 3 digits methods: a detailed approach to organize your data analyses and unlock your creativity. See full guideline

Projects: Specific SQL projects you're working

Projects: Specific SQL projects you're working

Resources: SQL patterns that may be useful in the future

Resources: SQL patterns that may be useful in the future

Areas: Long-term responsibilities you want to manage over time.

Areas: Long-term responsibilities you want to manage over time.

Archives: Archived queries, and solutions you encounter

Rethinking saved queries

SQL notes as knowledge building blocks

Query isn't just code; it's the fundamental unit of data. Let's collect SQL notes into your system. Build a centralized repository for all your SQL queries, analyses, and documentation.

We're working on automating the "distilling" process from your analyses. Transform scattered work into structured information and holistic view.

🛠️ SQL tools

"More than just a knowledge base,
we offer tools to assist with your queries."

"We create a framework to help you
simplify SQL note-taking
and organize knowledge management"

"We create a framework to help you simplify SQL note-taking and organize knowledge management"

✨ Productivity boost

A complete toolkit for SQL

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SQL to diagram

Visualize SQL relationships into lineage flow and ER diagram.

Query parameters

Place parameters in an SQL query instead of a constant value.

Search through code

Save time with advanced search; deep filtering with multiple tags

Save time with advanced search; filtering with multiple tags

Fix anti-patterns SQL

Automatically validate and suggest best practices.

📚 A Library

"Empower team to share best practices
and collaborate on data projects."

"We create a framework to help you
simplify SQL note-taking
and organize knowledge management"

"We create a framework to help you simplify SQL note-taking and organize knowledge management"

🤝 Team Collaboration

A single source of truth for teams

Collaborative workspace

Invite unlimited members. Plus, each members can upgrade their account individually.

Track change history without using Git

Forget Git fatigue: version control made simple. Track every edit, compare versions, and revert to previous changes.

Let's create your SQL brain

🌱 Plant data knowledge, and grow your analytics thinking 🧠

Let's create your SQL brain

🌱 Plant data knowledge, and grow your analytics thinking 🧠

Let's create your SQL brain

🌱 Plant data knowledge, and grow your analytics thinking 🧠

Simple Pricing

We charge based on individual account. Each user can choose the plan that best suits their needs, regardless of their workspace associated.

For early access, sign up today to get 70% off for the first month!

Free

Start using for free

$0

per user / month

1 private and 1 team workspace

Unlimited members

Up to 100 saved queries

Free SQL utils (linter, linage, formatter, etc.)

Up to 100 AI credits per month

Pro

Become an expert with our productivity system

$5

per user / month

Everything in Free, plus essential

Save as many queries as you need

Separate your work with unlimited workspaces

Unlimited version history

Up to 2,000 AI credits per month

Free

Start using for free

$0

per user / month

1 private and 1 team workspace

Unlimited members

Up to 100 saved queries

Free SQL utils (linter, linage, formatter, etc.)

Up to 100 AI credits per month

Pro

Become an expert with our productivity system

$5

per user / month

Everything in Free, plus essential

Save as many queries as you need

Separate your work with unlimited workspaces

Unlimited version history

Up to 2,000 AI credits per month

Free

Start using for free

$0

per user / month

1 private and 1 team workspace

Unlimited members

Up to 100 saved queries

Free SQL utils (linter, linage, formatter, etc.)

Up to 100 AI credits per month

Pro

Become an expert with our productivity system

$5

per user / month

Everything in Free, plus essential

Save as many queries as you need

Separate your work with unlimited workspaces

Unlimited version history

Up to 2,000 AI credits per month

Frequently asked questions

What kind of SQL queries can I save in Datascale?

How do collections help me organize my queries?

Can I share my queries with others?

Does Datascale offer version control for queries?

What are the security measures in place to protect my queries?

Do you sell user data to third parties?

A Second-brain for SQL