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MatrixOne Documentation

Welcome to the MatrixOne documentation center!

This center holds related concepts and technical architecture introductions, product features, user guides, and reference manuals to help you work with MatrixOne.

Select one of the articles below to begin your MatrixOne journey. If you ...

  • Are new to MatrixOne, start with Overview to learn about basic concepts, key features and architecture.

  • Are Want to jump to the quickstart to build a standalone MatrixOne and learn the basic knowledge of SQL, start with Getting Started.

  • Are applicators and want to try out MatrixOne as a basic database, select Developing Guide for the tutorial and developing guide.

  • An experienced MatrixOne coder looking for SQL statements, data types functions, or catalog, go to Reference.

Overview Get Started Developing Guide Reference
MatrixOne Introduction Install MatrixOne Java CRUD demo SQL Reference
MatrixOne Architecture Basic SQL Python CRUD demo Data Types

Continuous Improvement

Whether you're seeking fundamental concepts, step-by-step procedures, curated guides, or handy references, we're crafting content to accommodate your needs.

We warmly welcome contributions to MatrixOne documentation from everyone. Our community aims to streamline the contribution process, making it simple. Additionally, we'll provide updates every month.

You'll find an Edit button at the top of each page. Click on it to access a landing page with instructions for suggesting published document changes. These resources are yours for you to use. Your participation is not only encouraged but also crucial!

If you encounter any documentation issues, please feel free to create an Issue to inform us or directly submit a Pull Request to help us fix or update the content.


For how to make contributions to documentation, see Contributing to MatrixOne Documentation.

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The MatrixOne community on GitHub is dynamic, enthusiastic, and well-informed. Engage in discussions, express your viewpoints, propose features, and delve into the code.

A similarly passionate community awaits you in the MatrixOne Slack and MatrixOne channel.