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CSV Cruncher

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  Analyzed about 4 years ago

A tool which transforms a CSV file into another CSV file using a SQL statement. Also converts CSV to JSON. Many tools spit out CSV, or are able to as one of output options. Also, in hudson, you can very simply log any values you get into bash like echo " $val2, $val2" >> data.csv, for each ... [More] build or part of a build. So it can be kind of integration tool. Then you can do quite complex queries – from a flat table, you can actually do subselects and then left joins, which gives you very powerful tool to process the data into something what is ready for plotting as-is – that means, data filtered, cleaned, aggregated, converted, aligned, sorted, etc. Example: crunch input.csv output.csv "SELECT AVG(duration) AS durAvg FROM (SELECT * FROM indata ORDER BY duration LIMIT 2 OFFSET 6)"` [Less]

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cylon

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  Analyzed almost 5 years ago

Dynamic RDBMS benchmark generator

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Scratchy

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Scratchy is an Apache log file parser and HTML report generator written in Python.

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ruby-datamapper

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The DataMapper is an Object-Relational Mapper for Ruby. It integrates with Rails or can be used stand-alone. Why? Speed. Speed. Speed. The DataMapper is fast. On average, between 2 to 5 times faster than ActiveRecord under most conditions. Easy on hardware. DataMapper uses less RAM than ... [More] ActiveRecord, both to load the library itself, and during operation. Easy on the mind. DataMapper's philosophy is that you shouldn't have to work for performance. You don't have to "include" associations to eager-load. Finders are ActiveRecord compatible, but they also allow for an even simpler, more terse Enumerable-like syntax. [Less]

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DuroDBMS

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  Analyzed about 2 hours ago

A non-SQL, truly relational database management system and programming language, based on the principles laid down in the book "Foundation for Future Database Systems: The Third Manifesto" by C. J. Date and Hugh Darwen.

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aspiers's mysqldiff

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  Analyzed about 1 hour ago

tool and CPAN suite backend for comparing MySQL database schemas

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ThinkSQL

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  Analyzed about 13 hours ago

ThinkSQL is a cross-platform RDBMS. Compliance with the SQL standard means it supports transactions, sub-selects, views, set operators, and referential constraints. It has a multi-versioning engine and native ODBC, JDBC and Python drivers.

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DeveelDB

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  Analyzed 10 days ago

A full embedded SQL database management system for .NET, implementing all the features of the SQL-92 specifications (transactions, triggers, procedures, functions, etc.).

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