[Pharo-users] Analysis/Visualizations of DBs
thierry.goubier at gmail.com
Fri Oct 2 09:04:53 EDT 2015
2015-10-02 14:34 GMT+02:00 Torsten Bergmann <astares at gmx.de>:
> we have many nice analysis and visualizations tools available (Moose,
> Roassal, ViDi, ...)
> Often it is focused on development or code. Also we have refactoring tools.
> What would be cool would be to have some tool for doing this on
> (relational) databases and
> included data:
> - visualize databases (tables, data clusters, number of columns, ...)
I like the fact you're saying database and not datasets ;)
> - analyze tables on satisfying some (external) business constraints
> and consistency rules
Depending on how powerfull is your constraint system.
> - refactoring of databases (moving, migrating colums, ...)
Hum, that one: schema migration. Probably already a lot of work on the
theory of that.
> - easy building reports/visualizations of included data (extract, query,
> filter, ...)
Business reporting generator. Many pre-existing competition doing lots of
very cool visualisations already.
> What I think of is a tool where (after connecting to a possibly unknown
> database) you can easily
> get/build an overview on the design, quality and data of the database
> (similar to what Moose, ViDi does
> for code).
> Is there any research, projects, ... for data mining already in Pharo? I
> guess this could make
> up a great toolset with Pharo as a base and make it more known because in
> the software business
> relational databases play a big role.
Some have done a datathon in Paris with Pharo (Serge, Onil, Me a bit in
remote, Alexandre, Alvaro...). Had big issues opening a large file (~66GB
of CSV data).
> Any takers for the next Pharo success story? ;)
Would be nice ;)
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