What’s New in dbplyr 2.0.0

RStudio tidyverse Packages R SQL

dbplyr, a database backend for dplyr, just released v2.0.0 today… Awesome stuff here!

Javier Orraca (Scatter Podcast)
11-04-2020

dbplyr 2.0.0 comes loaded with improvements including the translation of dplyr’s new across() function. If you aren’t familiar with this library, dbplyr translates your dplyr syntax to SQL. I regularly connect to enterprise databases using R and have almost completely transitioned from SQL. Yes, SQL is awesome. Yes, using dplyr is a lot more fun!

Source:
* tidyverse blog’s dbplyr 2.0.0 Official Announcement

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@misc{orraca2020what's,
  author = {Orraca, Javier},
  title = {Javier Orraca: What's New in dbplyr 2.0.0},
  url = {https://www.javierorraca.com/posts/2020-11-04-dbplyr-2.0.0/},
  year = {2020}
}