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## Exploiting machine readable names ## Exploiting machine readable names
You may already have a lot of files collected for your project or you have received big dataset from one of your collaborators. Then you might think about organizing and renaming them to be compliant with your new or existing naming policy. You may already have a lot of files collected for your project or you have received big dataset from one of your collaborators. Then you might think about organizing and renaming them to be compliant with your new or existing naming policy.
If the names are consistent and you don't want to loose time renaming them by hand, you may try to use dedicated tools (e.g. [PSRenamer](https://www.powersurgepub.com/products/psrenamer/index.html)) or simple commands in your command line (**rename** for Mac and Linux, **ren** for Windows). If the names are consistent and you don't want to loose time renaming them by hand, you may try to use dedicated tools (e.g. [PSRenamer](https://github.com/hbowie/psrenamer) or simple commands in your command line (**rename** for Mac and Linux, **ren** for Windows).
Once your skills develop, you will be able to use machines and machine readable file names to perform advanced operations on them, e.g. search using regular expression. Once your skills develop, you will be able to use machines and machine readable file names to perform advanced operations on them, e.g. search using regular expression.
Imagine folder with thousands of files. Running simple R command Imagine folder with thousands of files. Running simple R command
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