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Using BigQuery with Metabase

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What is BigQuery?

Google’s BigQuery is a data warehouse originally built on Google’s Dremel tech that uses SQL as its query language. BigQuery uses a columnar storage format called Capacitor, which allows BigQuery to operate directly on compressed data, which it stores in a distributed file system called Colossus. BigQuery is especially useful for analysing nested data, and has machine learning and predictive modeling available with its BigQuery ML.

How to Connect BigQuery to Metabase

Setting up BigQuery with Metabase takes about five minutes. But if you want to learn more about using BigQuery with Metabase, check out our documentation.

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