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A toolbox for Analytics and Research.

Project description

analytics_toolbox

A toolbox for Analytics and Research.

Install

pip install analytics_toolbox

Documentation

Help With Postges Connection Setup

Step 1. Formatting Your Database Config Files

For example, you have the following config.ini file.

[dev_db]
hostname = dev.yourhost.com
port = 5432
database = dbname 
user = htpeter

[prod_db]
hostname = prod.yourhost.com
port = 5432
database = dbname 
user = htpeter

Step 2. Ensuring you have .pgpass setup

You don't pass passwords to analytics_toolbox in its current form. Instead it leverages pgpass. Simply paste a record for each database in a text file ~/.pgpass with the following information.

hostname:port:database:username:password

When psycopg2 or even psql attempt to connect to a server, it will look in this file and if it finds matching server information, it will use that password.

Ensure you limit the permissions on this file using chmod 600 ~/.pgpass

Usage Examples

import analytics_toolbox as atb

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