Friday, January 12, 2018

Python 2.7 : Python and BigQuery service object.

Here's another tutorial about python and google. I thought it would be useful for the beginning of 2018.
The goole team tell us:

What is BigQuery?

Storing and querying massive datasets can be time consuming and expensive without the right hardware and infrastructure. Google BigQuery is an enterprise data warehouse that solves this problem by enabling super-fast SQL queries using the processing power of Google's infrastructure. Simply move your data into BigQuery and let us handle the hard work. You can control access to both the project and your data based on your business needs, such as giving others the ability to view or query your data.

This tutorial it follows more precisely the steps from here.
First of all, you must create an authentication file by using the Create service account from your google project.
Go to Google Console, navigate to the Create service account key page.
From the Service account dropdown, select New service account.
Input a name into the form field.
From the Role dropdown, select Project and Owner.
The result is a JSON file type (this is for authentificate with google) download it rename and put into your project folder .
Like into the next image:

Now, select from left area the Library do add the BigQuery API, try this link.
Search for BigQuery API and the use the button ENABLE to use it.
The next step is to install this python modules: pyopenssl and google-cloud-bigquery.
C:\Python27\Scripts>pip install -U pyopenssl
C:\Python27\Scripts>pip install --upgrade google-cloud-bigquery
Add this JSON file to windows path from my test folder:
set GOOGLE_APPLICATION_CREDENTIALS=C:\test\python_doc.json
Because my json file is named python_doc.json then this is the name I will use with my python script.
Let's see the script:
import google
from import bigquery

def query_shakespeare():
    client = bigquery.Client()
    client = client.from_service_account_json('python_doc.json')
    query_job = client.query("""
        SELECT corpus AS title, COUNT(*) AS unique_words
        FROM `bigquery-public-data.samples.shakespeare`
        GROUP BY title
        ORDER BY unique_words DESC
        LIMIT 10""")

    results = query_job.result()  # Waits for job to complete.

    for row in results:
        print("{}: {}".format(row.title, row.unique_words))

if __name__ == '__main__':
The result is:
hamlet: 5318
kinghenryv: 5104
cymbeline: 4875
troilusandcressida: 4795
kinglear: 4784
kingrichardiii: 4713
2kinghenryvi: 4683
coriolanus: 4653
2kinghenryiv: 4605
antonyandcleopatra: 4582
NOTE: Take care of the json file because it gives access to your google account and tries to use the restrictions according to the application's requirements.