Dump MySQL to CSV using R

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Based on a related post on one of my favorite python-lists I remembered, that I wrote a similar snipplet some time ago.

So if you want to dump your whole MySQL database to csv-files you can recycle the following code:

con<-dbConnect(m, dbname = "YOURDB", host="localhost", port=8889, user="YOURUSER", pass="YOURPASS", unix.sock="/Applications/MAMP/tmp/mysql/mysql.sock") # in case you are using MAMP 

for (i in 1 : length(tables)){
temp<-(dbReadTable(con, tables[i]))
write.table(temp, tables[i], row.names=F)}

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