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BigQuery offers a simple, easy to master browser console, providing for dataset browsing on the left and SQL querying on the right. When queries are returned, options appear to let you save the results in alocal CSV file or create a new table containing the result set’s content.
A simple query against the sample github_timeline table is shown here. The first few rows from the results of the query appear on the bottom-right of the screen, along with navigation controls that allow you to page through the data. Note the “Save as Table” and “Download as CSV” options, which work nicely in Chrome and FireFox. Unfortunately, the "Save as Table" option is not available in Internet Explorer (nor is a file upload option we'll look at shortly). Everything in BigQuery also works nicely in Safari on the iPad, though you can’t save or upload local files there either.