A package for querying dataframes using SQL
pip install dataframe_sql
In this simple example, a DataFrame is read in from a csv and then using the query function you can produce a new DataFrame from the sql query.
from pandas import read_csv from dataframe_sql import register_temp_table, query my_table = read_csv("some_file.csv") register_temp_table(my_table, "my_table") query("""select * from my_table""")
The SQL syntax for dataframe_sql is exactly the same as the syntax in sql_to_ibis, its underlying package.
You can find the full SQL syntax here
Why use dataframe_sql?
While there are other packages that accomplish the goal of using SQL with pandas DataFrames, all other packages such as pandasql actually use a database on the backend which defeats the purpose of using pandas to begin with. In the case of pandasql which uses SQLite, this can result in major performance bottlenecks. dataframe_sql actually performs native pandas operations in memory on DataFrames, which avoids conflicts that may arise from using external databases.
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