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asked May 28, 2017 by datalab (2,990 points) | 44 views

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Not directly. But you can write out the results of your query to a file in your vospace, and then read that file as often as you wish. Example (in a Jupyter notebook):

query = # my query string
result = queryClient.query(token,query,fmt='csv',out='vos://myresults.csv')

The file vos://myresults.csv is now in your vospace forever (until you delete it). Writing out files to vospace of course also works with asynchronous queries.

answered May 30, 2017 by robnik (1,040 points)

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