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    seejay

    LEGO Database Download page - suggestions

    Hi Ian. It's in python 3. I'll send it by DM. For uploads into your parts lists, Rebrickable has great import functionality from almost any source you care to work with via the interface. For my initial inventory (for which I spent a long time counting a lot of parts), I entered the inventory into a csv and imported that. There's nice error reporting in the interface to help catch mistakes. I've also imported directly from Bricklink and Brickowl orders using the Rebrickable interface. All of those work reliably for me, so I haven't felt the need to build anything for uploads (or even set up a local db beyond the CSVs the script generates), but of course everyone's workflow is a bit different. It's awesome that Rebrickable makes that flexibility possible via the API.
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    It was supposed to include accessory sets unless specifically excluded via the advanced form. Fixed now. And I want these bug reports or I wouldn't know of the problem
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    seejay

    LEGO Database Download page - suggestions

    Hi Ian, I have an ugly little workflow that I knocked together in Python (mainly using Pandas), with Dropbox to move the result around, and Google Sheets to view it. It runs nightly from my local machine and pulls out all my parts list into a single CSV (with a column indicating which Rebrickable part list the part is from). It creates a date-stamped version of the CSV (for backup) and a "always the latest" version. The latter is synced to Dropbox and I have a Google Sheet that reads it live (using the IMPORTDATA function). This workflow gives me a backup of my parts lists and and a quick way to search for parts in Google Sheets if I don't want to go through the Rebrickable interface. I find that I use both Rebrickable and the Google Sheet depending on what I'm doing. Also, as an intended benefit, I can go back through the date-stamped versions to see how my parts total has changed over time, which is probably about the nerdiest thing I've ever done for fun. If that sounds like it might be helpful to you, send me a DM, and I can send you the script. You'd need to be comfortable in python to make any sense of it, but it sounds like you probably are. --cj