What software libraries, tools or frameworks do you use for turning tabular sensor data from the field into cleaned data files

Earth Science Asked on January 4, 2022

Cleaning data and turning it into a useable format that can be integrated with other datasets is a time-consuming task that earth scientists face when using sensor data. Most sensors output data in a highly idiosyncratic format that must typically be restructured before it can be meaningfully analyzed or imported into a database

What software, libraries, frameworks, or tools do you use to perform these tasks? I’m most interested in things that handle time-series data from sensors, but I welcome answers that provide solutions for any field data processing and cleaning tasks

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