What if we have 2 columns with possible na rows

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Oct 23, 2020 in Data Analytics by anonymous
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edited Oct 23, 2020 by MD 374 views

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Hi,

You can do this in multiple ways. For example, you have two columns with possible NA values. Now you can create one Dataframe from your main dataset with those two columns. After that, you can use drop_na() to your Dataframe. It will remove all NA values.

answered Oct 23, 2020 by MD
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