rows.operations contains some operations you can do on your
rows.operations.join: return a new
Tablebased on the joining of a list of
Tables and a field to act as
keybetween them. Note: for performance reasons you may not use this function, since the join operation is done in Python - you can also convert everything to SQLite, query data there and then have your results in a
Table, like the
rows.operations.transform: return a new
Tablebased on other tables and a transformation function.
rows.operations.transpose: transpose the
Tablebased on a specific field.
For more details see the reference.