- The easy way: use microsoft access If you are using windows, the cheaper-and-not-as-easy-but-probably-better-way is to install XAMPP (or LAMP if you have aMessage 1 of 5 , Apr 24, 2012View SourceThe easy way: use microsoft accessIf you are using windows, the cheaper-and-not-as-easy-but-probably-better-way is to install XAMPP (or LAMP if you have a spare computer or want to use a virtual machine) and use something like phpmyadmin which provides an easy queryable interface. I'd recommend learning PHP, IMO it makes it a helluva lot easier to process the data. With PHP you can also use the baseball tools library I created (shameless plug) https://github.com/matstars/baseball-toolsNet/net, if you don't want to spend a fair amount of time, access is your best bet.On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 12:22 AM, David J Wheeler <dj.wheeler@...> wrote:
Being new to databases, I am wondering if someone might help me with instructions on how to query career stats from the csv data provided recently.
I have tried opening the db file itself, but my computer locks up (as if the file is too large to process. Is there a trick to this I don't know of?
All help is greatly appreciated.
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