SQL as native language in R


#1

Hi, my name is João Paulo I am a master’s student in the course of computer science.
I intend to create or modificate a package for the R that makes the SQL language commands available for use.
I know that dplyr() and sqldf() already execute SQL commands within R.

I wish SQL commands could be used more naturally like the native R functions.

What I want to do is for example: Select cor(df.a,df.b,df.c) from dataframe df.

In this case cor() is the native R function for correlation.

This way i could integrate the R functions with SQL, and the SQL commands will have the same syntax as in a workbench aplication.

Do you have any idea of how can I do that? Is this possible??


#2

Hi @joaoplm, this may be what you are looking for to get started: http://adv-r.had.co.nz/dsl.html


#3

Thank you @edgararuiz. Its very helpfull. :smiley: