Pyjanitor aims to help with the cleaning data within Pandas space, while offering verb-like methods that abstract cleaning/wrangling, while still being chainable and interoperable with Pandas.
About the Speaker: Samuel Oranyeli is a Senior Engineer at Slalom Australia. Loves wrangling data. Find Samuel on stackoverflow (@sammywemmy)
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