Posts Tagged ‘ sqlite ’

Using SQL for data management

December 31, 2011
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Using SQL for data management

Every weekday I pull out data from IBM DB2 database and do analysis in SAS. I use SQLite to record my personal chores, such as credit card transactions. And I am taking courses of database development by Microsoft SQL Server. Then I have pretty enough...
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Those most productive R developers

December 12, 2011
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Those most productive R developers

The number of R packages on CRAN is 3,483 on 2011-12-12. The growth of R package in the past years can be fitted by a quadratic regression perfectly. I am always interested in who are maintaining those packages. Then I wrote an R script to extract ...
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Macros communicate SQLite and SAS without ODBC

May 14, 2011
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Macros communicate SQLite and SAS without ODBC

SQLite is an open-sourced relationship database management system with full functionality . The light-weight (300k+ size) and zero configuration features distinguish it from its’ 800-pound counterparts like Oracle or MySQL. Thanks to the rise...
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