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What's the difference between "any" and "string"

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Hi all, what’s the difference between type: any and type: string?

I think Any is this. But when does frictionless describe tell me that the field is of this type? What must happen?

Thank you

Please preserve this line to notify @roll (lead of this repository)

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  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:9 (9 by maintainers)

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aborrusocommented, Apr 23, 2021

Thanks. Great to know! It seems when there are many null values. We might need to improve the detection algorithm for this case.

That was why I persisted with this question, but couldn’t explain myself. Thank you

aborrusocommented, Apr 22, 2021

Thank you very much @roll

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