I learned machine learning and data science last year with Python in my previous job, and this year I am more or less doing the same stuff in R for my current job. Learning R seems to be a pain right now, because to me coming from Python R appears to be a giant mess. There is n number of packages with multiple of them doing more or less the same thing. For example, right now I am learning about data frames/tables in R. So you have traditional R data frames that are not very easy to work with. Therefore, there is an enhanced version of it in the form of data.tables(). Former generates a data frame and the later generates a data table. In addition to the data frame and table, there is something else called tibble that is produced by the packages in the tidyverse library. Why there is not just one package like Pandas for data frames and Numpy for nd arrays?
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