Context I'm writing a few multiple choice practice questions and I'd like to store them in a simple plain text data format. I've previously used tab delimited, but that makes editing in a text editor ...
I'm working with a CSV which contains approximately 220,000 entries. My aim is to predict one of the attributes (ATT1) using the other 3 (ATT2, ATT3, ATT4). I've been able to do this using ...
In a previous question I asked about tools for editing CSV files. Gavin linked to a comment on R Help by Duncan Murdoch suggesting that Data Interchange Format is a more reliable way to store data ...
When I work on data analysis projects I often store data in comma or tab-delimited (CSV, TSV) data files. While data often belongs in a dedicated database management system. For many of my ...
We may assume that we have CSV file and we want a very basic line plot with several lines on one plot and a simple legend.