copy_to

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Copy a local data frame to a remote src

This function uploads a local data frame into a remote data source, creating the table definition as needed. Wherever possible, the new object will be temporary, limited to the current connection to the source.

Usage
copy_to(dest, df, name = deparse(substitute(df)), overwrite = FALSE,
  ...)
Arguments
dest

remote data source

df

local data frame

name

name for new remote table.

overwrite

If TRUE, will overwrite an existing table with name name. If FALSE, will throw an error if name already exists.

...

other parameters passed to methods.

Value

a tbl object in the remote source

See Also

collect() for the opposite action; downloading remote data into a local dbl.

Aliases
  • copy_to
Examples
# NOT RUN {
iris2 <- dbplyr::src_memdb() %>% copy_to(iris, overwrite = TRUE)
iris2
# }
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