Open Refine / Google Refine - Remove blank cells in a column
The task is simple to understand, I have a table like this: And I would like to edit the column "L1_latitud" to collapse (or remove) all the blank cells: It looks like a simple task but I can't find out a way to deal with it.
Not sure this is a programming question, but if what you show is a single Refine record (you can check by switching from Row mode to Record mode for viewing), you should be able to use "Join multi-valued" cells to collapse all the values into a single string with separators. From there the split(), filter(), join() methods would allow you to filter out the empty values and put the string back together. Finally, "Split multi-valued cells" would split them out into separate cells again. I sense that you've already done some processing here, so there might be an easier way to do this if you started a step or two earlier in the process.
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