Supernotes supports Markdown tables – which are super simple and easy for basic data comparison.
Start by creating a header row naming each column you'd like and separate them with a vertical line,
| . After this header row, on a new line replicate the number of columns you'd like but this time use three dashes,
--- , this tells Markdown to treat this as a table. Then on another new line you can follow the same method but just input the data for each row, like so:
Star Wars | Lord of the Rings
--- | ---
Brilliant Sci-Fi Classic | Awe inspiring cult series
9 out of 10 | 10 out of 10
And here is it working in Supernotes:
When you finish the card, the table will be rendered beautifully.