Monary: High-performance column queries for MongoDB

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Monary: High-performance column queries for MongoDB David Beach 1/22/11 6:17 PM
Hello,

I'm putting in a quick plug for a new project I've just released
called "monary".  It is designed for high-performance column-
extraction from MongoDB, and may be useful for anyone doing analytics
with MongoDB.

The project currently supports Python with the popular NumPy
extension.  It is able to load data into "column arrays" approximately
20x faster than can be achieved using the pymongo driver.  It is open
source under the Apache 2.0 license.

If you think this might be of interest to you, please read my blog
article:

http://www.djcinnovations.com/archives/103

And check out the source code from bitbucket (Linux & OS X only, for
now):

https://bitbucket.org/djcbeach/monary/overview

Thanks!

David Beach
Re: Monary: High-performance column queries for MongoDB andy hayden 10/25/13 12:41 PM
Hi David,

This project is really useful (sorry to be so late to the party)!

Would you consider adding this to pip?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/9411494/how-do-i-create-a-pip-installable-project

Best,
Andy

p.s. Your blog appears to be down. :(
Re: Monary: High-performance column queries for MongoDB Kevin Davenport 1/17/14 2:40 PM
Just discovered Monary, awesome project! Wish MongoDB would bring it into the fold :)