Documentation for the querier, a query language for Data Frames

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Data Frames are widely used and useful structures for data wrangling. The querier is a query language for Python Data Frames, inspired from SQL’s relational databases querying logic. Previous posts about the querier can be found on this blog.

A documentation for the tool is now available on readthedocs. Feel free to read it (of course), complete it, or correct it.

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