Tellery helps data teams organize ad-hoc analyses and narrate them in one place.

Tellery brings all of your words and data into one flexible surface:

* Anomalies investigation * Feature-specific analysis * Campaign-oriented dashboard * Or customize your deliverable for your own needs

Tellery allows you abstract essential business logic, and reference it in future analysis. You can define a model grasping the nuances of datasets to make your exploratory analysis organizable. Tellery uses SQL to model data, so you can easily consolidate it in dbt.

Programming language: TypeScript
License: Apache License 2.0
Tags: Analytics     Database     Dashboard     Self-hosted     Visualization     Data Warehouse     Notebook    

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Tellery lets you build metrics using SQL and bring them to your team. Metrics are defined consistently and constantly updated, no longer scattered across tools, and recreated with no oversight.


  • Let business users get answers in just a few clicks. No longer communicate in tables and columns.
  • Build beautiful documents & dashboards visually with drag-and-drop ease
  • An editor with rich text styling features, slash commands, and markdown support
  • A modern SQL editor with multi-tabs and auto-complete
  • Model your data with just SQL and reference like CTEs
  • Review work and collaborate in real-time with multiplayer
  • Import dbt models and sources and inspect their metadata while editing SQL

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Getting started

Try demo

Try this online demo where you can click around and see Tellery in action - no installation required!

Run the demo project with docker

Open your terminal, and run:

# Clone the Tellery repo
git clone https://github.com/tellery/tellery.git

# Change directories into the demo directory
cd tellery/deploy/compose

# View or edit config file (optional)
# vim .env

# Run docker compose
docker-compose up

You can now access it on http://localhost:8000.

The default account is [email protected] and password is tellery.

Production setup

Next step

Learn how to start analysis with Tellery:

Community support

  • Looking to get answers to questions? Join the chat on Discord
  • Want to report a bug or request a feature? Open an issue.
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Contributions of any kind welcome! If you’re looking for ways to get started, here's a list of ways to help us improve Tellery:

*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Tellery README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.