dbplyr 1.4.0

November 30, -0001

We’re stoked to announce the release of dbplyr 1.4.0, the database backend for dplyr that translates R code into SQL. dbplyr allows you to use a remote database as if it was a collection of local data frames: you write ordinary dplyr code and dbplyr turns it into SQL for you. You can install the released version from CRAN: install.packages("dbplyr") While there are many small improvements and bug fixes (see the full full details in the changelog), the biggest improvements in this release are related to SQL generation.

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