csvkitHow to change the encoding in csvkit?
csvkit is a suite of command-line tools for converting to and working with CSV, the king of tabular file formats. It can be used to change the encoding of a CSV file.
To change the encoding of a CSV file, use the
in2csv command with the
--encoding option. For example, to convert a CSV file from UTF-8 to Latin-1 encoding:
in2csv --encoding=latin-1 input.csv > output.csv
This will convert the input file
input.csv from UTF-8 to Latin-1 encoding and save the output to
in2csv command has several other options that can be used to customize the output. For example, the
--no-inference option can be used to disable type inference, and the
--sheet option can be used to specify the sheet name when converting from an Excel file.
For more information, see the csvkit documentation.
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