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Over the past 40 years, database management systems (DBMSs) have evolved to provide a sophisticated variety of data management capabilities. At the same time, tools for managing queries over the data have remained relatively primitive. One reason for this is that queries are typically issued through applications. They are thus debugged once and re-used repeatedly. This mode of interaction, however, is changing. As scientists (and others) store and share increasingly large volumes of data inarXiv:0909.1778v1 fatcat:cha566wpwjf65ft4vsrhlmxkfy