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Sept. 20, 2022, 11:49 p.m. | /u/shaner92

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Are there any libraries wherein you can visualize your a data prep flow like how Alteryx or Tableau Prep have? One of my biggest pain points is remembering the steps used to create a dataset (making classes/functions to abstract steps away, notes, commenting code, etc all take slightly more mental power than a quick image).

Otherwise, are there any tips you have for keeping track of the multiple moving parts of your code?

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