How to Convert JSON to SQL format In Python

In this tutorial we will see how to convert JSON – Javascript Object Notation to SQL data format such as sqlite   or db.

We will be using Pandas for this.


pip install pandas sqlalchemy
Method 1 : Using Sqlite3
import pandas as pd
import json
import sqlite
# Open JSON data
with open("datasets.json") as f:
    data = json.load(f)

# Create A DataFrame From the JSON Data
df = pd.DataFrame(data)

Now we need to create a connection to our sql database. We will be using sqlite for that.

import sqlite3conn = sqlite3.connect("data.db")c = conn.cursor()

We can now convert our JSON data from dataframe to sqlite format such as db or sqlite.


Note: The first argument is the table name you will be storing your data in.

Method 2 : Using SQLalchemy

We can also use the sqlalchemy  instead of sqlite3.

from sqlalchemy import create_engine
engine = create_engine("sqlite:///my_data.db")


In case you want to automatically get the columns and their datatype in sqlite for creating a class model schema, you can use the .schema option

sqlite3 my_data.db
>>> .table
>>> .schema book

You can also check the video tutorial here

Thanks For Your Time

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By Jesse E.Agbe(JCharis)

2 thoughts on “How to Convert JSON to SQL format In Python”

  1. Your tutorials are the best for what I need Jesse. I have purchased your courses on Udemy as they are so beneficial.


    God bless,

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