A list of entity relationship diagrams and examples of database structures, mostly open source systems or samples, that allow you to store data in MariaDB, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQL Server or SQLite databases.
Introduction: Database diagrams are powerful visual representations of the structure and relationships within a database. They provide a clear and concise overview of the database structure, enabling developers, designers, and stakeholders to better understand the data model.
Luna Modeler – a data modeling tool for relational databases
According to https://github.com/devrimgunduz/pagila:
“Pagila is a port of the Sakila example database available for MySQL, which was originally developed by Mike Hillyer of the MySQL AB documentation team. It is intended to provide a standard schema that can be used for examples in books, tutorials, articles, samples, etc.“… Read the rest
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The ER diagrams that are available here in the form of an HTML report are created in Luna Modeler. It is a tool for creating ER diagrams, data models, database designs and visualizations of existing structures.