Splitgraph: Data Catalog and Proxy with Miles Richardson and Artjoms Iškovs

Data science requires data sets to be cataloged and indexed. The data sets are versioned and might be in CSV files in S3, a database, or another data storage system. Splitgraph allows the user to query this data catalog like it is a Postgres database, routing queries to any data set across your catalog. Artjoms Iškovs and Miles Richardson are the founders of Splitgraph and join the show to talk about data cataloging and what they are building with Splitgraph.

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