I have a CSV file with a set of words occurrences in several documents. The first column is the document it. The second column states the text topic (there are 5 different topics). The other columns ...
I was reading this article and I'm curious for the proper answer to this question. The only thing that comes to my mind it's perhaps that in some countries the decimal separator is a comma, and it ...
This answer links to a code which only works for numeric data , but I have CSV file for machine learning which has mostly text data and most columns have a large cardinality , eg: a column with name ...
I have a general question. Is there any rule or convention about how to name columns in general (CSV, R, relational databases and so on)?. If I need to be more specific, I would like to know for R. I ...
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 NaiveBayes,...
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.