You've gone through the Kexi Handbook, so by now you should be able to design and create a database in Kexi.
You can take a look at some excellent tutorials so as to put that knowledge into something you could use.
The list below covers just a few of the possible uses of Kexi and will be updated at times to cover even more cases.
- Drilling Down on Facebook Data
- This is an excellent article from Adam Pigg, showcasing just how powerfull Kexi can be. It describes how you can import, process, manipulate and present data from facebook coming from a mbox file. It covers creating a model database to hold the data, importing via script, presenting with a report and chart and exporting collected data.
- Parameter queries
- (for 1.1 but still valid, at kexi-project.org)
- Reports for Beginners
|You could check the Kexi Tutorials section at the KDE UserBase for new articles.|
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