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The Ultimate Guide to Basic Data Cleaning
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  • Title: The Ultimate Guide to Basic Data Cleaning
  • Author(s) SocialCops
  • Publisher: Atlan
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  • eBook: PDF
  • Language: English
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Trying to clean up dirty data? This guide will give you the top tips and tricks to supercharge your data cleansing productivity. Learn how to quickly profile data, and get the 8 most common data quality problems, and how to fix them.

This book is about data cleaning, which is used to refer to all kinds of tasks and activities to detect and repair errors in the data. Rather than focus on a particular data cleaning task, we give an overview of the end-to-end data cleaning process, describing various error detection and repair methods, and attempt to anchor these proposals with multiple taxonomies and views.

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