Hello readers, in my previous blog we’ve discussed how to create a database and a table within the database in Snowflake DWH. In this blog, we will see how to connect Snowflake DWH to Python.
Prerequisites: Make sure you have Python 3.x installed. If not, you can down it from here.
The Snowflake-Python Connector can be installed easily by using either the pip command or the conda installer.
Using pip command:
pip install –upgrade snowflake-connector-python
Using conda installer:
conda install -c conda-forge snowflake-connector-python
Now, we’re ready to go…
To connect Python to Snowflake, follow these steps-
- Import the snowflake.connector package
import snowflake. connector as snow
2. Connecting to Snowflake using login parameters-
#Connecting to Snowflake
conn = snow.connect(user=”UserName”
3. Creating a cursor-
4. Execute the SQL query-
curs.execute(‘Select * from Your Table Name’)
This is how you can connect to Snowflake. Now, if you want to feed the data into Snowflake’s table you have to import another package i.e.
from snowflake.connector.pandas tools import write pandas
Once you have the above package imported in your code you can export pandas dataframe to Snowflake using below function:
#Posting Data to Snowfalke
#write pandas (ConnectionString, Dataframr, “SnowflakeTableName”)
write pndas (conn, df, “RETURNS”)
You have now learned how to install and use the Snowflake Connector for Python & the function you can use to post data to Snowflake’s table.
Thank you for reading this blog. I hope you will find this blog helpful.
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