Tools for Simplifying the Population and Querying of SQLite Databases

Provides objects and accompanying methods which facilitates populating and querying SQLite databases.


The newest stable version of the package is available from CRAN

If you wish to use a development version that has not yet been pushed to CRAN the package can also be installed manually by first clicking 'Download ZIP' and unzipping the resulting 'poplite-master.zip' file into a convenient directory. From within R in the same directory as 'poplite-master' type:

install.packages("poplite-master", repos=NULL, type="source")

or for instance using the devtools package:

install_github(username="dbottomly", repo="poplite", ref="master")

Note that another branch name can be substituted for 'master'

Contributions are encouraged through the standard fork/pull procedures. Feel free to send me an email with any questions.

Dan Bottomly bottomly@ohsu.edu

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install.packages("poplite")

0.99.19 by Daniel Bottomly, a month ago


https://github.com/dbottomly/poplite


Browse source code at https://github.com/cran/poplite


Authors: Daniel Bottomly [cre, aut], Shannon McWeeney [aut], Beth Wilmot [aut]


Documentation:   PDF Manual  


GPL-3 license


Imports igraph, lazyeval, dbplyr, RSQLite

Depends on methods, dplyr, DBI

Suggests testthat, Lahman, VariantAnnotation


See at CRAN