I’d like to work an example of using SQL WITH Common Table Expressions to produce more legible SQL.
I’ve been tinkering a lot recently with the data_algebra, and just released version 0.7.0 to PyPi. In this note I’ll touch on what the data algebra is, what the new features are, and my plans going forward.
I have up what I think is a really neat tutorial on how to plot multiple curves on a graph in Python, using seaborn and data_algebra. It is great way to show some data shaping theory convenience functions we have developed. Please check it out.
We have a new improved version of the “how to design a cdata/data_algebra data transform” up! The original article, the Python example, and the R example have all been updated to use the new video. Please check it out!
I’d like to share some new timings on a grouped in-place aggregation task. A client of mine was seeing some slow performance, so I decided to time a very simple abstraction of one of the steps of their workflow.
In our recent note What is new for rquery December 2019 we mentioned an ugly processing pipeline that translates into SQL of varying size/quality depending on the query generator we use. In this note we try a near-relative of that query in the data_algebra.