https://github.com/wactbprot/R4CouchDB

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erlang-subscribe-at~couchdb.apache.org

2012/10/17 Noah Slater

Hey peeps,

Want to contribute, but don’t know where to start, or don’t know Erlang?

I’m pleased to announce that we have a new list for learning Erlang and CouchDB.

The idea here is to provide a friendly, like-minded environment for people who are interested in hacking on Couch to learn some Erlang.

Ask questions, get feedback, learn the codebase, and generally chitchat with other CouchDB folk who are also learning Erlang. (As well as our core hackers who will be around to help you if you get stuck or need guidance!)

Subscribe by sending an email to:

erlang-subscribe-at~couchdb.apache.org

(The mail archives will be up in a few hours.)

Thanks!

— NS

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A R convenience layer for CouchDB

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The R4CouchDB package provides a collection of functions for basic database and document management operations such as add and delete.

Every cdbFunction() gets and emits a list containing the connection set up. With the cdbIni() function the cdb$serverName is set to “localhost” as a default. This means that localhost should provide a CouchDB. There are some examples below the demo folder.

Getting started

  • download latest version or clone repository
  • open a shell and install the package with:

     R CMD INSTALL R4couchDB
    

    dependencies (bitopts, RCurl, RJSONIO) can be installed in the same way

  • open R shell and load library with:

     library(R4CouchDB)
    
  • generate a connection object (list()) with:

     foo <- cdbIni()
    
  • play around with foo

     foo$queryParam <- "count=10"
     cdbGetUuidS(foo)$res
    
  • or make a twitter_db and fill up some search results from the request http://search.twitter.com/search.json?q=couchdb

     foo$newDBName  <- "twitter_db"
     foo            <- cdbMakeDB(foo)
     u              <- "http://search.twitter.com/search.json?q=couchdb"
     res            <- fromJSON(getURLContent(u))
     lapply(res$results,
                function(i){
                     foo$dataList <- i
                     cdbAddDoc(foo)})
     foo$res
    
  • get angry and write a ticket on https://github.com/wactbprot/R4CouchDB

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CouchDB Vs MongoDB

ikorsakoff:

real world examples; fine presentation

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hasen: Why I'm choosing CouchDB

hasenj-dev:

Note: I’ve made some edits and added a little extra section about clustering at the end.

I’ve always hated SQL, so I’ve always found the nosql movement pretty interesting. There was a point in my programming “career” where I was very much into python and javascript and json and all the dynamic…

Nuno Job — nano - minimalistic CouchDB client for nodejs

gcman105:

Nuno Job — nano - minimalistic CouchDB client for nodejs June 19, 2012 at 06:27PM

Incremental Mapreduce for Analytics with R

I’ve been wanting to describe some of my work with using R to help me understand data I’m collecting in Couchbase Server† because I find it quite interesting, useful and easy.

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storyimp

nice web site based on couchdb

publish. read. download.

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Getting Started with CouchDB - O'Reilly Media

Getting Started with CouchDB Extreme Scalability at Your Fingertips

By MC Brown

Publisher: O’Reilly Media

Released: January 2012

Pages: 82

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dscape/nano - GitHub

NanoCouch is a minimalistic driver for CouchDB built on mikeals/request

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CouchDB - der RESTful Dokument Datenbank Server

Doodle-Anleitung / Doodle-Tutorial

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Interesting Data Sets and Tools: Monthly Twitter Activity for All Members of the U.S. Congress

nosql:

Drew Conway:

Today I am pleased to announce that we have worked out most of the bugs, and now have a reliable data set upon which to build. Better still, we are ready to share. Unlike our old system, the data now lives on a live CouchDB database, and can be queried for specific research tasks. We have combined all of the data available from Twitter’s search API with the information on each member from Sunlight Foundation’s Congressional API. […] But be forewarned, working with this system and CouchDB requires a mature understanding of several tools and languages; including but not restricted to; curl, map/reduce, Javascript, and JSON. And that’s before you have even done any analysis.

Original title and link: Interesting Data Sets and Tools: Monthly Twitter Activity for All Members of the U.S. Congress (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

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