Ruby/MySQL/Rails timeseries QN

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Peter Booth, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. Peter Booth

    Peter Booth Guest

    I'm starting an application that will create, persist, query, and
    display timeseries. I'm wondering how to best store these timeseries
    so they can be queried via metadata. Each timeseries object could be
    seven or eight metadata attributes and an array of say 80000
    integers. There could be 10000 or more timeseries. The timeseries
    values will be appended but not modified in place. I'd like to use
    the ActiveRecord / Rails approach here and was wondering whether
    BLOBs attribute, a filesystem or a combination approach makes sense
    for marshalling the array of values to a compact format.
     
    Peter Booth, Nov 10, 2006
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