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 How to use the storage backends
-Do it!
+By default, *Collectors* uses a simple python :class:`list` for each series. You can use other storage backends to handle very large amounts of data or to get a simple *MS Excel* export. You can also add your own storage classes very easily.
+`PyTables <>`_ is not bundled with this package. Instructions follow:
+**Mac OS X (10.6.2 Snow Leopard)**
+**Ubuntu (9.10 Karmic Koala)**
+Ubuntu’s package for PyTables is somehow broken, so you need to build your own. If *gcc* is already installed, you just need to add the development files for python and HDF5 before you can build and install PyTables from `PyPI <>`_:
+.. sourcecode:: bash
+    $ sudo aptitude install python-dev libhdf5-serial-dev
+    $ sudo pip install tables
+the `HDF5 libraries <>`_. You also need the *Python* development
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