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In a recent post titled Working with Large CSV files in Python, I shared an approach I use when I have very large CSV files (and other file types) that are too large to load into memory.While the approach I previously highlighted works well, it can be tedious to first load data into sqllite (or any other database) and then access that database to analyze data. While looking around the web to learn about some parallel processing capabilities, I ran across a python module named Dask, which describes itself as: When I saw that, I was intrigued.I've found that insert performance is quite reasonable, especially if you use the bulk COPY.Query performance is fine, although the choices the planner makes sometimes puzzle me; particularly when doing JOINs / EXISTS.Overall, there are some areas where I feel it's more difficult to configure and maintain than it should be.I have not used Oracle, and My SQL only for small datasets, so I can't compare performance.

Note: I used “dtype=’str'” in the read_csv to get around some strange formatting issues in this particular file.

I'd mirror and preaggregate data on some other server in e.g. I highlighted the Joins and No SQL Support as you mentioned you will need to run a series of reports.

I dont know how much (if any) not having the abililty to do this will have on you running reports if you where to use this.

With Dask’s dataframe concept, you can do out-of-core analysis (e.g., analyze data in the CSV without loading the entire CSV file into memory).

Other than out-of-core manipulation, dask’s dataframe uses the pandas API, which makes things extremely easy for those of us who use and love pandas.

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