Caches all input data (rows) onto disk. This is particularly
useful when connected to a preceding node,
which performs a column transformation.
For example, a filter column node, which "hides" most
of the columns to the output. This node only caches the
data that is actually contained in the input table. Iterating on it
may be considerably faster than accessing the table of a wrapper node.
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