JSONMatch is a web service for analysing and integrating Big Variety, Big Data from heterogeneous sources in these formats:

  • JSON (default)
  • CSV
  • HTML
  • RDF
  • XML
  • YAML
  • Plain text
  • Prolog terms
  • Weka AARF machine learning datasets

JSONMatch stores and retrieves structured data (e.g. JSON documents) like a NoSQL database, and processes data using data flows that are defined dynamically in JSON using the REST API. JSONMatch was designed to support interactive web applications and aims to produce results quickly for small datasets and eventually for bigger datasets.


JSON is the de facto data format for Web 2.0 and mobile apps.

JSON is the 'record' in NoSQL databases.

About JSONMatch

JSONMatch was developed by Simon Price of the Intelligent Systems Laboratory at the University of Bristol.

JSONMatch builds on joint work with Peter Flach as part of the SubSift project.