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For the past couple years, Dariia Mykhailyshyna has been running a set of data-focused workshops to support Ukraine as it struggles with the Russian invasion. They have hosted workshops on a wide range of R topics and you can get access to recordings of past sessions and sign up to attend future workshops.
Eric Scott recently had to wrangle data that came in through Google Forms. One issue he had was that the column names were long, and thus not useful for working R. However, the column names were important for reporting so he wanted to keep them. In this blog post, Scott talks about how he was able to use both the long and short form of the question names.
He has also posted his code so you can follow along while watching.
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