read_civis {civis}R Documentation

Read tables and files from Civis Platform

Description

read_civis loads a table from Redshift as a data frame if given a "schema.table" or sql("query") as the first argument, or loads a file from Amazon S3 (the files endpoint) if a file id is given. Run outputs from any Civis platform script are returned if a civis_script is given.

A default database can be set using options(civis.default_db = "my_database"). If there is only one database available, this database will automatically be used as the default.

Usage

read_civis(x, ...)

## S3 method for class 'numeric'
read_civis(x, using = read.csv, verbose = FALSE, ...)

## S3 method for class 'character'
read_civis(x, database = NULL, ...)

## S3 method for class 'sql'
read_civis(
  x,
  database = NULL,
  using = utils::read.csv,
  job_name = NULL,
  hidden = TRUE,
  verbose = FALSE,
  ...
)

## S3 method for class 'civis_script'
read_civis(x, using, regex = NULL, ...)

Arguments

x

"schema.table", sql("query"), or a file id.

...

arguments passed to using.

using

function, Function to convert the file to a data frame or to unserialize. the file (e.g. read.csv or readRDS).

verbose

bool, Set to TRUE to print intermediate progress indicators.

database

string, Name of database where data frame is to be uploaded. If no database is specified, uses options(civis.default_db).

job_name

string, Name of the job (default: "Civis Export Via R Client").

hidden

bool, Whether the job is hidden.

regex

Regex of matching run output names.

Details

By default, read_civis.numeric assumes the file is a CSV. For reading a serialized R object, set using = readRDS for example.

If using = NULL, read_civis.civis_script will return all JSONValues with name matching regex. Otherwise all File run outputs matching regex will be read into memory with using. Results are always a named list. If the script has no outputs, an empty list will be returned.

Methods (by class)

See Also

Other io: download_civis(), query_civis_file(), query_civis(), write_civis_file(), write_civis()

Examples

## Not run: 
# Read all columns in a single table
df <- read_civis("schema.my_table", database = "my_database")

# Read data from a SQL select statement
query <- sql("SELECT * FROM table JOIN other_table USING id WHERE var1 < 23")
df <- read_civis(query, database = "my_database")

# Read an R object from the files endpoint.
id <- write_civis_file(df)
df <- read_civis(id)

# Read a text file or csv from the files endpoint.
id <- write_civis_file("my_csv.csv")
df <- read_civis(id)

# Read JSONValues from a civis script
vals <- read_civis(civis_script(1234))

# Read File run outputs from a civis script
df <- read_civis(civis_script(1234), regex = '.csv', using = read.csv)
obj <- read_civis(civis_script(1234), regex = '.rds', using = readRDS)

# Gracefully handle when read_civis.sql returns no rows
query <- sql("SELECT * FROM table WHERE 1 = 2")
mean_x <- tryCatch({
  df <- read_civis(query, database = "my_database")
  mean(df$x)
}, empty_result_error = function(e) {
   NA
})

## End(Not run)

[Package civis version 3.0.0 Index]