Editing Human Centered Data Science (Fall 2019)/Assignments

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Some processing of the data will be necessary! In particular, you'll need to - after retrieving and including the ORES data for each article - merge the wikipedia data and population data together. Both have fields containing country names for just that purpose. After merging the data, you'll invariably run into entries which ''cannot'' be merged. Either the population dataset does not have an entry for the equivalent Wikipedia country, or vis versa.  
 
Some processing of the data will be necessary! In particular, you'll need to - after retrieving and including the ORES data for each article - merge the wikipedia data and population data together. Both have fields containing country names for just that purpose. After merging the data, you'll invariably run into entries which ''cannot'' be merged. Either the population dataset does not have an entry for the equivalent Wikipedia country, or vis versa.  
  
Please remove any rows that do not have matching data, and output them to a CSV file called <tt>wp_wpds_countries-no_match.csv</tt>
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Please remove any rows that do not have matching data, and output them to a CSV file called <tt>population_by_country-no_match.csv</tt>
  
Consolidate the remaining data into a single CSV file called <tt>wp_wpds_politicians_by_country.csv</tt>
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Consolidate the remaining data into a single CSV file which looks something like this:
 
 
The schema for that file should look something like this:
 
  
  

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