When viewed, any .csv or .tsv file committed to a GitHub repository automatically renders as an interactive table, complete with headers and row numbering. By default, we’ll always assume the first row is your header row.
You can link to a particular row by clicking the row number, or select multiple rows by holding down the shift key. Just copy the URL and send it to a friend.
This means that GitHub can now be used to share data sets in a meaningful manner. All you need to do is commit a .csv or .tsv file to your GitHub repo and visitors will see the data a searchable interactive table.