I'm a beginner in R and I have some difficulties to import my data in R.
I try to import 40 csv file, all in one document, and I would like then to manipulate them and analyse the data for my thesis.
I could do a list of my files, but I can't find how to manipulate them ; they do not have exactly the same columns (some have one more column that's useless) so I can't bind them. So I really wish I could do a for loop or something after my code to select the column I would like to keep for each of my files (I tried select from dplyr with a for loop but it doesn't seem to work).
I also would like to delete some rows that are useless in my files before binding them, is it possible to also do it for each of my files ?
I didin't wrote much code because they don't work, so I just showed only the code that was working.
Thanks for your answer
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files = list.files("C:\Users\Tomi-\OneDrive\Documents\Articles\Mémoire\Mémoire\Data\LengthEstimation_23833_2020-05-12_12h51.12_4265b370-944f-11ea-a73b-d05099d383f7", pattern="csv")
data_list = lapply(files, read.csv, sep=",",header = TRUE, row.names=NULL, fill=TRUE)