Below, we provide a small example of how to get started. We will provide a DS URL and a demo dataset.

  1. Start the tool (inside the platform or under

  2. Enter the DS URL of an Event, and click Start Mapping.

  3. Use the following example data set to feed the example data

    1. click Insert Data
    2. past the data into the input box
    3. click Save
{"elements": [{
  "event_id": "987654321",
  "title": "Oktoberfest 2024",
  "description": "Experience the world-famous Oktoberfest celebration in Munich, Germany. Enjoy traditional Bavarian music, food, and beer in a festive atmosphere.",
  "location": {
    "venue": "Theresienwiese",
    "address": "Ludwigsvorstadt-Isarvorstadt, Munich",
    "city": "Munich",
    "country": "Germany",
    "zip_code": "80339"
  "start_date": "2024-09-21",
  "end_date": "2024-10-06",
  "organizer": {
    "name": "City of Munich Tourism Office",
    "email": "[email protected]",
    "phone": "+49 (0)89 233-96500",
    "website": ""
  "tags": ["tourism", "festival", "beer", "culture"]
  1. map the iterator using the elements property

    1. click Edit in the Event's row

    2. Click Load data File for the iterator

    3. choose the iterator

  2. map the subject using the event_id

    1. click Load Data File for the Subject

    2. choose the subject (event_id)

    3. optionally: replace the default URL (

  3. Click Save

  4. map the name of the event using the title property

    1. click the ➕ next to name

    2. choose the range Text

    3. Click Edit

    4. Click Load Data File

    5. choose the property that corresponds to the name (title)

    6. Click Save

  5. Scroll down and click View Mapping, your first mapping is done!