I'm very new to PyTables and wondering whether it can be the right tool for my problem. I'm building a very large binary tree - millions to billions of nodes - that is quickly filling up the RAM. Each node contains a tiny amount of information, just a few numbers and the references to children nodes. I'd need something like numpy.memmap() but for trees, not arrays, to offload RAM to disk and to handle the persistence. Is PyTables a good candidate for the job or shall I aim for something else?
Thanks for answers/suggestions,
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