A datastructure designed to be used with queries as well as a type for queries. There is also semantics for combining the queries.

```
main = do
let df = init [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
q = filter (\x -> x > 3) `chain`
mutate show `chain`
trim 3
putStrLn $ runQuery q df
```

## Installation

```
bower install purescript-dataframe
```

## Queries

The idea of a Query type is that we want to have a type-safe way to chain operations on dataframes and we want to maintain the original dataset throughout the query. In other data processing languages this is a common source of error, especially when mutating rows.

The set of dataframe operations are based on what's offered by the dplyr R package.

`filter :: forall r. (r -> Boolean) -> Query (DataFrame r) (Dataframe r)`

filter rows of the DataFrame`group :: forall r g. Ord g => (r -> g) -> Query (DataFrame r) (DataFrame {group :: g, data :: Dataframe r})`

group the rows of the dataframe by some grouping method`count :: forall r g. Ord g => (r -> g) -> Query (DataFrame r) (DataFrame {group :: g, count :: Int})`

group the rows of the dataframe and count the size of the groups`summarize :: forall r x. (r -> x) -> Query (DataFrame r) (Array x)`

convert each row of the dataframe to some type and return an array`mutate :: forall r s. (r -> s) -> Query (DataFrame r) (Dataframe s)`

change each row of the dataframe to some other type`sort :: forall r. (r -> r -> Ordering) -> Query (DataFrame r) (Dataframe r)`

sort the rows of the dataframe given the ordering function`trim :: forall r. Int -> Query (DataFrame r) (Dataframe r)`

keep only the first n rows of the DataFrame

The `chain :: forall r s t. Query r s -> Query s t -> Query r t`

function
allows us to chain queries and keep the original context.

API documentation is published on Pursuit.

- DataFrames should be able to operate either as a set of columns or a set of rows.
- Queries should do caching