A few key practices for data preprocessing leveraging the tidyverse, more amazing wins with open source to process high-dimensional USDA geospatial data sets, and an infinitely fascinating look at how recursion and infinite data structures can be used in your R adventures.
- This week's curator: Jon Carroll - @carroll_jono (Twitter) & @[email protected] (Mastodon)
- Best Practices for Data Cleaning and Preprocessing
- Analyzing new USDA data using open source tools
- Taking from Infinite Sequences+ Entire issue available at rweekly.org/2023-WXX
- janitor package by Sam Firke https://sfirke.github.io/janitor
- CRAN task view on missing data https://cran.r-project.org/web/views/MissingData.html
- Tidy modeling with R https://www.tmwr.org/
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