ORE Video : Demo Code part 1
In a previous blog post I posted a video on using R with the Oracle Database and using Oracle R Enterprise. This is a part 1 extension of that blog post that gives the first set of demo code.
This first set of demonstration code is for using RJDBC to connect to the Oracle Database. Using RJDBC relies on using the JDBC jar file for Oracle. It is easily found in various installations of Oracle products and will be called something like ojdbc.jar. I like to take a copy of this file and place it in the root/home directory.
> library(RJDBC) > # Create connection driver and open > connectionjdbcDriver jdbcConnection #list the tables in the schema > #dbListTables(jdbcConnection) > #get the DB connections details - it get LOTS of info - Do not run unless it is really needed > dbGetInfo(jdbcConnection) > # Query on the Oracle instance name. > #instanceName #print(instanceName)tableNames print(tableNames) > viewNames v names(v)  "CUST_ID" "CUST_GENDER" "AGE"  "CUST_MARITAL_STATUS" "COUNTRY_NAME" "CUST_INCOME_LEVEL"  "EDUCATION" "OCCUPATION" "HOUSEHOLD_SIZE"  "YRS_RESIDENCE" "AFFINITY_CARD" "BULK_PACK_DISKETTES"  "FLAT_PANEL_MONITOR" "HOME_THEATER_PACKAGE" "BOOKKEEPING_APPLICATION”  "PRINTER_SUPPLIES" "Y_BOX_GAMES" "OS_DOC_SET_KANJI" > dim(v)  1500 18 > summary(v) CUST_ID CUST_GENDER AGE CUST_MARITAL_STATUS COUNTRY_NAME Min. :101501 Length:1500 Min. :17.00 Length:1500 Length:1500 1st Qu.:101876 Class :character 1st Qu.:28.00 Class :character Class :character Median :102251 Mode :character Median :37.00 Mode :character Mode :character Mean :102251 Mean :38.89 3rd Qu.:102625 3rd Qu.:47.00 Max. :103000 Max. :90.00 CUST_INCOME_LEVEL EDUCATION OCCUPATION HOUSEHOLD_SIZE YRS_RESIDENCE Length:1500 Length:1500 Length:1500 Length:1500 Min. : 0.000 Class :character Class :character Class :character Class :character 1st Qu.: 3.000 Mode :character Mode :character Mode :character Mode :character Median : 4.000 Mean : 4.089 3rd Qu.: 5.000 Max. :14.000 > hist(v$RESIDENCE) > hist(v$AGE) > dbDisconnect(jdbcConnection)
Make sure to check out the other demonstration scripts that are shown in the video.