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22nd
Nov 2016
Hèlen Grives
@mesmoiron
Nov 22 2016 13:11
@apottr ok I will search for that too. Yes but one needs to classify the knowledge also. Say cleaning on steroids. Deciding on relevance. I am still wrapping my mind on what it practically means. Sometimes the knowledge is just not simply structured. Complexity just obscures the accessibility. That is the point I am zooming in.
Chaitya Shah
@Chaitya62
Nov 22 2016 13:41
@mesmoiron thanks a lot
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Nov 22 2016 13:41
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Rahul
@rahls7
Nov 22 2016 14:21
Thanks @a-2252 @mesmoiron
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Nov 22 2016 14:21
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Rahul
@rahls7
Nov 22 2016 14:21
@a-2252 Is it a very introductory book?
Rahul
@rahls7
Nov 22 2016 14:40
@mesmoiron Any suggestions?
Amelia
@apottr
Nov 22 2016 15:38
@mesmoiron if you'rr okay with reddit, there's the subreddit /r/DataCleaning
Alice Jiang
@becausealice2
Nov 22 2016 19:02
@rahls7 it is. He doesn't talk much about the formulas themselves, more how and when to use them
Maybe not very introductory, but it's not at all a difficult read