CSV or SQL? SQL or CSV? How about together? Without a doubt, CSV’s are one of the most common and familiar data interchange formats. Importing and exporting CSV data into or out of an SQL database is a staple process in most every data workflow. I’ve written numerous blog posts on both importing and exporting CSV data in an SQL environment. In this post, I am including all of these specific posts (as of the time of writing) in one easy-to-read and centralized location…
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Export Query Results to CSV with SQL Developer
One of the most universal data interchange formats in the world is the CSV file. Data professionals use CSV’s without a thought. Equally, those not even in the ‘data field’ use CSV’s on a daily basis. Do you have the SQL query results for that report and need to share them in CSV format? Using the Oracle SQL Developer IDE, it is a breeze…
Import CSV file with Oracle SQL Developer
If you’re working with Oracle SQL and need to load CSV data into one of your tables, using Oracle SQL Developer makes this process a breeze. Continue reading to see a simple example and learn how…
Import CSV file with MySQL Workbench
CSV imports with MySQL Workbench, is super simple. Since CSV’s are probably the most common data interchange format, it goes without saying that importing CSV data into MySQL is a staple task for all DBA’s and Developers. Continue reading to learn how easy it is using MySQL Workbench…
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Export MySQL data to CSV with phpMyAdmin
Comma-separated values files – also known as CSV’s – are one of the most recognized and used data storage/exchange formats. Whether a CSV is the best choice or not remains to be seen. For some data, a CSV is fine. For others, not so much. At some point, chances are someone will need data from a MySQL database in CSV format. That’s not at all difficult and there are several ways to do that. What if you are working in the phpMyAdmin interface? Can you export CSV’s from the phpMyAdmin environment? You sure can. Continue reading to see simple examples of exporting MySQL table data to a CSV file using phpMyAdmin…
Import CSV file data into MySQL table with phpMyAdmin
In the blog post MySQL CREATE TABLE in PHPMyAdmin – with examples, I covered using phpMyAdmin’s visual interface to complete CREATE TABLE tasks. I also mentioned uploading CSV data files to a table using phpMyAdmin in an upcoming post. In this follow-up post, we accomplish uploading CSV files that both do and do not have the column names present in the first row. Continue reading to see the examples…
CSV to JSON with Python for MySQL upload
Admittedly, I have jumped head-first into the world of JSON within MySQL. I also have a thing for Python, of which I find myself using a lot of in my day job as Pipeline Survey Data Analyst. CSV’s are everywhere: in data at work, on the web, even in my personal life (as you’ll see). Loading CSV data into MySQL is nothing new to anyone working with either of the technologies. As a matter of fact, there are several ways you can get your CSV data into MySQL.
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Disclaimer: The examples presented in this post are hypothetical ideas of how to achieve similar types of results. They are not the utmost best solution(s). The majority, if not all, of the examples provided, are performed on a personal development/learning workstation environment and should not be considered production quality or ready. Your particular goals and needs may vary. Use those practices that best benefit your needs and goals. Opinions are my own.