I recently watched @davidanthoff’s Queryverse tutorial and am giving Query.jl a go. I like the new pipe-able syntax as I’m a heavy user of dplyr. I see the
@map macro would be similar to the
mutate functions in dplyr. I was wondering though how to return all of the columns of a table after the
@map macro? It looks like the macro only returns the columns I’ve selected or calculated. Looking at the Linq syntax in the documentation it looks like the
@let macro is similar to what I’m looking for so I was curious how to do it with the new syntax.