“Data is a lot messier and noisier than people want to acknowledge”
If you want to get the most out of your data, you're going to need to treat it with respect.
Most textbooks on data tend not to dwell on practical issues because, well, it can get quite messy. But if you're organised and follow a few simple rules your data cleaning processes can be simple, fast and effective - saving you time and money.
Practical Data Cleaning is a thorough introduction to the basics of data cleaning, is perfect for beginners, and takes you through:
Why do things the difficult way when you can do them simply? It really is all about spending a little bit of time to organise yourself and apply some neat tips and tricks to your process.
If you watch this video course you WILL:
When you get your data organised, your data cleaning processes become much easier and faster, giving you time to plan your next holiday on company time (I won't tell the boss if you won't...).
This is what you will be learning in the Practical Data Cleaning video course.
This FREE video course will introduce you to the basic principles of why and how your data should be entered onto a single worksheet.
It will also teach you how to utilise multiple worksheets in your workbook to build a chronological flow into your data cleaning processes so you can detect when, how and where errors were introduced.
Everything is explained in simple language and is perfect for beginners.
Lee Baker is an award-winning software creator with a passion for turning data into a story.
A proud Yorkshireman, he now lives by the sparkling shores of the East Coast of Scotland. Physicist, statistician and programmer, child of the flower-power psychedelic ‘60s, it’s amazing he turned out so normal!
Turning his back on a promising academic career to do something more satisfying, as the CEO and co-founder of Chi-Squared Innovations and the Data Science University he now works double the hours for half the pay and 10 times the stress - but 100 times the fun!
He also wanted to be rich, famous and good looking. Ah well.