While it is well known in the Python scientific computing community, Jupyter is in fact a language-agnostic development environment. High-quality language kernels exist for the main languages of data sciences, such as Python, C++, R or Julia. But another important tool for data science is the SQL family of programming languages. Today, we announce the release of a Jupyter kernel for SQLite.
This new kernel allows the user to use the complete SQLite syntax as well as some extra operations such as opening or closing a database file, or visualizing the data in different ways using Jupyter magics.