diepvries - Picnic Data Vault framework
diepvries, a Python library to generate
Data Vault SQL statements.
What does it do?
diepvries takes as input a Data Vault model (a list of hubs, links and satellites tables),
and generates SQL statements to load data in those tables. For that purpose, it relies
on naming conventions for tables and columns. There are 2 ways to feed a Data Vault
- Either declaratively, by enumerating tables and columns;
- Or automatically, by building these structures using the database metadata.
At the moment,
diepvries is only compatible with
diepvries works with Python 3.8, 3.9, and 3.10.
diepvries is distributed as a Python wheel on PyPI. In a virtual environment, you can
grab the latest version by running:
pip install diepvries
and in a Python console:
from diepvries.hub import Hub
If you see the help page for the
Hub class, you're all set! :rocket:
Continue the journey
The best way to start using
diepvries is by reading
its documentation website. You'll find a tutorial, a
list of naming conventions, and more!
Want to fix a bug, improve the docs, or add a new feature? That's awesome! Please read the contributing document.
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