I would suggest looking at postgresql <http://www.postgresql.org/>. It
may not be as widely used as mysql, but it is used a lot, and it's a
high-quality piece of database software. It's also free.
On 04/15/2016 02:18 PM, Matt Sherman wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am looking to pick the group brain as to what might be the most useful
> database software for a digital project I am collaborating on. We are
> working on converting an annotated bibliography to a searchable database.
> While I have the data in a few structured formats, we need to figure out
> now what to actually put it in so that it can be queried. My default line
> of thinking is to try a MySQL since it is free and used ubiquitously
> online, but I wanted to see if there were any other database or software
> systems that we should also consider before investing a lot of time in one
> approach. Any advice and suggestions would be appreciated.
> Matt Sherman