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Earlier in this series we have discussed how to load data into Snowflake using several different methods: Snowflake's user interface, the SnowSQL command line tool and Python. These three methods all perform the same task of loading data into Snowflake; however, they increase in complexity and...

As a Snowflake user and a Python enthusiast, I was very happy to learn that Snowflake has created its own Python package to connect to Snowflake and execute commands. As these commands are executed locally and transmitted to Snowflake, the full SnowSQL functionality is available...

Me: “I’ll take Python for $200, Trebek.” Trebek: “The time it takes for you to create a hand-coded XIRR calculation in Python for use in Tableau’s TabPy?” Me: “What is ‘a long time’?” Trebek: “Correct!” That’s right—you can now calculate XIRR in Tableau!  But it’s not going to be...

A client recently had a challenge wanting to use Exasol’s User-Defined Functions with a Python script, but they were having a hard time coming up with the right syntax to get it working properly. There’s a good deal of documentation out there, though much of...

After attending an in-depth technical training in Dallas, Texas, I thought it could be beneficial to give some examples of how Snowflake is unique in a series of blog posts moving forward. This week, I’m talking about JSON (although Snowflake’s functionality displayed in the article...

Everyone who knows me, knows I love pinball. To me, pinball is a wonderful mixture of art, physics, design and history that's intertwined into a gameplay that's both analog and digital. It's not just me, the U.S. has had a long love affair with pinball, starting with...

If you’ve been looking for a way to load JSON data into EXASOL with just a click, then you’ll love this post! As data scientists, most of our time is spent preparing data for analysis and modeling. In my professional experience, I have faced many hurdles...

Let me start off by asking two questions: Why should we learn to code? Why use Python? If you type either question in Google, you’ll receive a long list of differentiating, yet persuasive answers. Knowing how to code is an empowering feeling and skill. From my perspective as a data...

The Run Command tool allows you to extend the capabilities of Alteryx by running external commands the same as you would from the command line. Need to run a Python script? Gzip a file? Utilize tabcmd? All of this can be done using the Run...

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