Is Postgresql integration well supported in Julia?

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  • Postgres.jl

    Postgres database interface for the Julia language.


  • LibPQ.jl

    A Julia wrapper for libpq

    That's deprecated for LibPQ, which in my experience works very well. 'Coverage' means the proportion of the library's source code that executes at least once when the unit tests are run - a simple measure of how well tested the code is.

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  • TimescaleDB

    An open-source time-series SQL database optimized for fast ingest and complex queries. Packaged as a PostgreSQL extension.

    Good question... haha I haven't really considered it. I'm no too versed in this domain and so the whole project will be a learning experience. One of the things is that it will include time-series harvest data. I was searching around for ways to implement this and found solutions like TimescaleDB and InfluxDB. Seems like also there are just some plugins that can sit on top of PostgreSQL.

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