I have a questions. I am practicing R. I tried to collect a data from a free API to learn how to collect data. So, the data I collected is nested list or a list as you can see in the above image. Why is it when I used the "as.data.frame()", the output gives the nested list of observations and 7 variables? On the otherhand, when I used the "as_tibble", the output provide all of the observations/rows and ONLY 2 VARIABLES?
What should I use in the real world as a data analyst relating to image I have attached? Why is it "as.data.frame" has 7 variables from the list while the "as_tibble" gives 2 variables. At the same time, it gives me error and warning message when I used "skim_without_charts" in "as_tibble". Can someone explain it to me and what function should I use whenever a data is a form of list to be usable for a data analysis process. Thank you!