This book aims to give programmers sufficient knowledge of data cleaning to be able to work on their own projects. Author Oswald Campesato has written it as a practical introduction to using flexible, powerful (and free) Unix / Linux shell commands to perform common data cleaning tasks. He provides realistic examples and numerous commands that illustrate both the syntax and how the commands work together.
Author: Oswald Campesato
Publisher: Mercury Learning
Date: Jan 2018
Audience: Developers working under Linux
Category: Data Science and Operating Systems
- A practical introduction to using flexible, powerful (and free) Unix / Linux shell commands to perform common data cleaning tasks
- Includes the concept of piping data between commands, regular expression substitution, and the sed and awk commands
- Packed with realistic examples and numerous commands that illustrate both the syntax and how the commands work together
- Assumes the reader has no prior experience, but the topic is covered comprehensively enough to teach a pro some new tricks
- Includes companion files with all of the source code examples available from the publisher for downloading
Author: Brandon Perry
Publisher: No Starch Press
Audience: Developers interested in security
Reviewer: Kay Ewbank How can you find the security weaknesses in programming projects? This book takes you through a wide range of techniques and tools and shows how to automate their use.