Adding Data Into Existing Database Via Pandas
Adding Data Into Existing Database Via Pandas

The release of Data-addition-via-pandas at Vivify Healthcare is part of the company’s research and development efforts to find the best technology stack that is both sustainable and affordable.
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Vivify Healthcare aims to deliver a top-notch user experience while keeping costs low and maintaining stability, security and compliance. Data-addition-via-pandas provides a flexible, scalable solution that can be easily adapted to meet the changing needs of the business and its customers.

Adding Data Into Existing Database

The script reads data from an One collection and inserts it into a another collection MongoDB. It extracts information about serial number, collection and inserts this data into a Voter Master collection in the MongoDB database. The script also retrieves the last inserted identifier from the collection and assigns unique identifiers to the new documents being inserted. This script automates the process of populating the Existing database with data from the serial collection.


Updating serial number from one collection to another collection based on voter_slips


Python 3.x

pymongo (pip install pymongo).

MongoDB server.


Install the necessary Python libraries and ensure that a MongoDB server is running.

Need to create collections accordingly

Update the MongoDB connection details in the code if necessary. By default, it connects to a MongoDB server running on ‘localhost’ at ‘port 27017’.

Run the Python script.

The script will connect to the MongoDB database and insert the data from the Serial Number collection to Voter Master the collection.

Necessary steps to follow for addition of data with existing database.

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