Looking through a dataset where it's very obvious someone did a replace "no" with "0".
Leading to such fun titles as:
@platypus What's particularly funny is that this is a multi-tab spreadsheet and one of the tabs has all good titles! But this other tab...yikes. It even has 1:54 "corrected" to 0.079166667.
@scissortail also remember the time the WRLC’s whole consortium — replaced “v.” with “volume” … unfortunately this was not just in volume subfields so. Roe volume Wade?
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