Unlike JDBC, ODBC is language-independent. ODBC is an open interface that can be used to communicate with databases. All you should do is create an ODBC connection to EXASOL database in your system. For windows, follow these steps to add ODBC creation. Here is an example...

Wondering about how to use data from EXASOL in analytical tools? EXASOL integrates with most analytical tools. Below is an example of how to connect to EXASOL from R and create a beautiful cluster plot. In this example, I used JDBC which is an interface used by Java applications...

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