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asked May 28 by datalab (1,610 points) | 9 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 by robnik (1,000 points)

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