Below is an example of how to connect to bit.io using our python library via psycopg2. This library supports generation of pre-configured psycopg2 connections to bit.io
The snipped below shows how to upload a csv file to a new or existing table using a psycopg2 connection generated using the
bitdotio Python library.
import bitdotio import pandas as pd # This is to provide a reproducible csv, # you can ignore and use your own csv df_test = pd.DataFrame( data=[[0, 1, 2], [3, 4, 5]], columns=['a', 'b', 'c']) df_test.to_csv('test.csv', index=False) # Connect with bit.io API key credentials b = bitdotio.bitdotio("<YOUR_API_KEY>") # Create table, if it does not already exist create_table_sql = """ CREATE TABLE test ( a integer, b integer, c integer ) """ with b.get_connection("<YOUR_DATABASE_NAME>") as conn: cursor = conn.cursor() cursor.execute(create_table_sql) # Copy csv from a local file copy_table_sql = """ COPY test FROM stdin WITH CSV HEADER DELIMITER as ','; """ with open('test.csv', 'r') as f: with b.get_connection("<YOUR_DATABASE_NAME>") as conn: cursor = conn.cursor() cursor.copy_expert(sql=copy_table_sql, file=f) # Note: you can also create a new repo from Python using the API, if needed
View in Github and download .py file here.
Updated about 2 months ago