A Hack For Dynamic ML Services Result Sets

Kevin Feasel

2017-12-14

R

Dave Mason has put together a solution to his dynamic data frame naming problem:

We can take those names and R types, string them together, and “convert” them to SQL data types. (Mapping data types from one language to another is waaaay outside the scope of this post. Lines 11-13 are quick and dirty, just for demonstration purposes. Okie dokie?)

It’s certainly a less than ideal solution, but it does the job.  And I hope as well that someday this functionality ends up being something built into the product.

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