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dplyr and databases [wrangle]

(Builds on: Essentials of relational data)

So far you’ve used dplyr with in-memory dataframes. But one of the coolest things about dplyr is that provides an abstract interface: in other words, you can use the same code to work with data stored in different places. In this unit, you’ll learn how to use dplyr with data that lives in a database.