ORE video : Demo Code Part 3

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The following is the third set of demo code from my video on using R in the Oracle Database. Check out the video before using the following code. The blog post for the video will be updated to contain links to all blog posts that have the various demo code.

The following code is illustrates some simple examples of using Oracle R Enterprise. In these example you will see how to connect to the Oracle Database, how to query and process some of the tables and views in the Oracle Database, how to check that you are working with objects in the database, how to move data to the database and query it.

> library(ORE)
> # ore.connect(user="rquser", sid="orcl", host="localhost", password="rquser", port=1521, all=TRUE);
> ore.connect(user="dmuser", sid="orcl", host="localhost", password="dmuser", port=1521, all=FALSE);
> # Test the connection
> ore.is.connected()
 [1] TRUE
> # List all the tables and views
> ore.ls()
character(0)
> # Use ore.sync to only include the tables and views listed
> ore.sync()
> ore.ls()
 [1] "DEMO_R_APPLY_RESULT"      "DEMO_R_TABLE"             "INSUR_CUST_LTV_SAMPLE"    "MINING_DATA_APPLY"       
 [5] "MINING_DATA_APPLY_V"      "MINING_DATA_BUILD_V"      "MINING_DATA_TEST_V"       "MINING_DATA_TEXT_APPLY_V”
 [9] "MINING_DATA_TEXT_BUILD_V" "MINING_DATA_TEXT_TEST_V" 
> # Disconnect and reattached with no meta-data sync
> ore.disconnect()
> ore.connect(user="dmuser", sid="orcl", host="localhost", password="dmuser", port=1521, all=FALSE);
> ore.sync(table = c("MINING_DATA_BUILD_V", "MINING_DATA_TEST_V", "INSUR_CUST_LTV_SAMPLE"))
> ore.ls()
 [1] "INSUR_CUST_LTV_SAMPLE" "MINING_DATA_BUILD_V"   "MINING_DATA_TEST_V"   
> # Check for the existance of a table or view
> ore.exists("MINING_DATA_BUILD_V")
 [1] TRUE
> # list the objects in the DMUSER schema
> ore.ls("DMUSER")
 [1] "INSUR_CUST_LTV_SAMPLE" "MINING_DATA_BUILD_V"   "MINING_DATA_TEST_V" 
> #
> # Load data from a file into a new table
> ore.exists("DEMO_R_TABLE")
 [1] TRUE
> ore.drop(table='DEMO_R_TABLE')
> ore.ls()
 [1] "INSUR_CUST_LTV_SAMPLE" "MINING_DATA_BUILD_V"   "MINING_DATA_TEST_V"   
> titanic  ore.create(titanic, table="DEMO_R_TABLE")
> tData  head(tData)
                 NAME PCLASS AGE    SEX SURVIVED
1 Fynney, Mr Joseph J    2nd  35   male        0
2      Gale, Mr Harry    2nd  35   male        0
3   Gale, Mr Shadrach    2nd  38   male        0
4 Garside, Miss Ethel    2nd  24 female        1
5  Gaskell, Mr Alfred    2nd  16   male        0
6  Gavey, Mr Lawrence    2nd  26   male        0
> # Use ORE to pull data from the Database to local R
> # ore.pull  -- United States of America
> mdbv  mdbv_data  head(mdbv_data,3)
  CUST_ID CUST_GENDER AGE CUST_MARITAL_STATUS             COUNTRY_NAME    CUST_INCOME_LEVEL EDUCATION OCCUPATION
1  101501           F  41              NeverM United States of America J: 190,000 - 249,999   Masters      Prof.
2  101502           M  27              NeverM United States of America I: 170,000 - 189,999     Bach.      Sales
3  101503           F  20              NeverM United States of America H: 150,000 - 169,999   HS-grad    Cleric.
  HOUSEHOLD_SIZE YRS_RESIDENCE AFFINITY_CARD BULK_PACK_DISKETTES FLAT_PANEL_MONITOR HOME_THEATER_PACKAGE
1              2             4             0                   1                  1                    1
2              2             3             0                   1                  1                    0
3              2             2             0                   1                  0                    0
  BOOKKEEPING_APPLICATION PRINTER_SUPPLIES Y_BOX_GAMES OS_DOC_SET_KANJI
1                       1                1           0                0
2                       1                1           1                0
3                       1                1           1                0
> class(mdbv_data)
[1] "data.frame”
> summary(mdbv_data)
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