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11:13am Tue 14th May, ANONYMOUS

Hi Professor,

just needed one confirmation, the sample output values given by you are just for the sample data. we will get different values for the cleaned outfile for us?. correct me if I am wrong.


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11:25am Tue 14th May, ANONYMOUS

and if the sample output values given by you are jsut for smaple data then how can we verify that our data file is correct and corelation values are correct.


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3:54pm Tue 14th May, Michael W.

ANONYMOUS wrote:

Hi Professor,

just needed one confirmation, the sample output values given by you are just for the sample data. we will get different values for the cleaned outfile for us?. correct me if I am wrong.

That is correct. There will be other cleaned data for the analysis program (as there will be for the inputs to the data cleaning program).

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4:22pm Tue 14th May, ANONYMOUS

My code creates a data cleaned file, now I just need to print the file on terminal or need to keep it in file?


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7:07pm Tue 14th May, Michael W.

ANONYMOUS wrote:

My code creates a data cleaned file, now I just need to print the file on terminal or need to keep it in file?

The data from data cleaning should be sent to standard output. This will go to the terminal, but generally stdout is redirected into a file, but that is up to the person running the program, not you. Makes sense?

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