replyr (0.2.5)

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Fluid Use of Big Data in R.

Methods to get a grip on working with remote data sources ('SQL' databases, 'sparklyr' 'Spark' 2.0.0 and above) through 'dplyr'. Adds convenience functions to make such tasks more like working with an in-memory 'data.frame'. Results do depend on which 'dplyr' data service you use.

Maintainer: John Mount
Author(s): John Mount, Nina Zumel

License: GPL-3

Uses: dplyr, wrapr, RSQLite, ggplot2, testthat, knitr, magrittr, babynames, rmarkdown, lazyeval, sparklyr

Released 16 days ago.

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