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R Functions: read_csv()

The best way to import CSV data into R

We talk about R functions that will make your data science journey easier.

Having a bunch of data is nice, but the real fun starts when you load that data into a program that can interpret what’s going on. The most common way to get data into R is the read.csv function. However…

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Josh Gonzales, M.A.

Josh Gonzales, M.A.

PhD Student @ University of Guelph. I study nostalgia and representation in marketing and consumer behaviour.

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