agate-remote adds read support for remote files to agate.
pip install agate-remote
For details on development or supported platforms see the agate documentation.
agate-remote uses a monkey patching pattern to add read support for remote files to all
import agate import agateremote
Importing agate-remote adds methods to
table = agate.Table.from_url('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/onyxfish/agate/master/examples/test.csv') print(table)
agate-remote also let’s you create an
Archive, which is a reference to a group of tables with a known path structure.
archive = agateremote.Archive('https://github.com/vincentarelbundock/Rdatasets/raw/master/csv/') table = archive.get_table('sandwich/PublicSchools.csv') print(table)
- agateremote.table_remote.from_url(cls, url, callback=<bound method from_csv of <class 'agate.table.Table'>>, binary=False, requests_encoding=None, **kwargs)#
Download a remote file and pass it to a
url – URL to a file to load.
requests_encoding – An encoding to pass to requests for use when decoding the response content. (e.g. force use of ‘utf-8-sig’ when CSV has a BOM).
binary – If
Falsethe downloaded data will be processed as a string, otherwise it will be treated as binary data. (e.g. for Excel files)
- class agateremote.archive.Archive(root, url_func=<function default_url_func>, callback=<bound method from_csv of <class 'agate.table.Table'>>)#
Allows for fast access to respository of remote datasets with a known path structure.
Download a remote file relative to the archive’s root and return it as a table.
0.2.1 - July 13, 2021#
requests_encodingkeyword argument to
0.2.0 - December 19, 2016#
Remove deprecated monkeypatching pattern.
Upgrade agate requirement to version
Fix docstring for binary argument. (#8)
0.1.1 - February 28, 2016#
Fixes to documentation.
Update agate requirement to 1.3.0.
0.1.0 - February 5, 2016#
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