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I've read a few vague articles and watched a couple of YouTube videos on data integrity and data sanity, but none of them have mentioned ways to actually check these on datasets.

I am interested in knowing the steps to check such factors on datasets.

Kindly let me know if this is too broad, I can think of more specific questions.

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Here are a few things to check in a data set, there could be a lot more but i'm sharing what i did myself.

  • Check the NULLs in your columns, count them to see if there is a column that contains too many NULLs and that you might want to eliminate

  • Plot your data distribution each column at a time to see the range of values taken by your data, to see if there is something particularly remarquable about its behavior.

  • And I'd recommend this famous kernel on Kaggle where a good exploratory data analysis is done.
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You could check your dataset for:

  • Null values/Missing values
  • Zero values
  • Negative values
  • Max & Min values for each column
  • Checks for Date values if there are any in your dataset, if these values make sense.
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