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SQLite is awesome but it is "not optimised" for insert speed (but note that you can run it in significantly faster 'async' mode which will not protect your data if something crashes - this may be acceptable for your use-case if you don't mind losing some of those data points) You'll be better off appending to a filestream.


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For a definitive answer, one would have to measure, and I am sure it will be possible to create a badly implemented CSV writer which is slower than a well written SQLite writer. However, when it comes to writing sequential data records to a file, there is not much out there which can beat using to a simple file stream in speed. Each additional layer of ...



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