So columns define the table structure and rows define the table data.
Let’s direct you to some helpful examples to get you started:
Tables (without collections) Want to use Corvid APIs to work with a basic table that is not connected to a collection? For example, perhaps you want to use a table for display purposes without saving the data. See the example provided with the columns property in the Corvid API Reference.
Tables (with collections) Want to use Corvid APIs to populate a table that is connected to a collection, without creating a dataset? See this article. This article describes how to work with data collection searches, but along the way there are some nice instructions for setting up tables.
⏳ Time saver!
If you are working with a collection, connect the table to the collection to set up the columns (such as by creating a dataset). Disconnect the table from the collection (you can delete the dataset) and voilà! Your column definitions still exist. This way, you don’t have to define your columns from scratch.