This page covers how to easily export sample data from common data sources to a CSV file. Instead of connecting your full data source to Rockset, you can [upload](🔗) this sample data instead.

## Amazon DynamoDB

  1. Navigate to the **DynamoDB Console** in the **AWS Management Console**.

  2. Open the **PartiQL Editor** and enter the query you would like to run against your DynamoDB table.

  3. Under the **Table view**, choose "Download results to CSV".

    Amazon DynamoDB Export
    

## Amazon S3

  1. Navigate to the **Amazon S3 Console** in the **AWS Management Console**.

  2. Select the S3 bucket and folder that contains your file.

  3. Select your file and click "Download".

    Amazon S3 Export
    

If you wish to to download multiple files at a time, use [the AWS CLI](🔗).

## MongoDB

  1. [Install](🔗) **MongoDB Database Tools**, which includes the `mongoexport` command-line tool.

  2. Run the following `mongoexport` command with the names of your MongoDB database, collection, and fields to export.

You can specify [other options](🔗) for the field names.



## MySQL

  1. Navigate to the **mysql** interactive terminal.

  2. Run the following command with the query you would like to run against your MySQL table.

You can specify [additional options](🔗) for the export.



## PostgreSQL

  1. Navigate to the **psql** interactive terminal.

  2. Run the following `\copy` command with the name of your PostgreSQL table or the query you would like to run against your table. No SQL superuser privileges are required.

You can specify [additional options](🔗).



## Snowflake

  1. [Download and install](🔗) **SnowSQL**, Snowflake’s command-line tool.

  2. Define a [named connection](🔗) to connect to Snowflake.

  3. Run the following SnowSQL command with the connection you created in step 2, the name of your Snowflake database, and the query you would like to run against your database.

You can specify [additional options](🔗) for the output.