RSQLite

Embeds the SQLite database engine in R, providing a DBI-compliant interface. SQLite is a public-domain, single-user, very light-weight database engine that implements a decent subset of the SQL 92 standard, including the core table creation, updating, insertion, and selection operations, plus transaction management.

You can install the latest released version from CRAN with:

Or install the latest development version from GitHub with:

To install from GitHub, you’ll need a development environment.

Discussions associated with DBI and related database packages take place on R-SIG-DB. The website Databases using R describes the tools and best practices in this ecosystem.

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Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Doug Bates, Seth Falcon, Detlef Groth, Ronggui Huang, Kurt Hornik, Uwe Ligges, Charles Loboz, Duncan Murdoch, and Brian D. Ripley for comments, suggestions, bug reports, and/or patches.


Please note that the ‘RSQLite’ project is released with a Contributor Code of Conduct. By contributing to this project, you agree to abide by its terms.

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install.packages('RSQLite')

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August 21st, 2021

Functions in RSQLite (2.2.8)