# Tip (3), Arrow, columnar (binary file) formats for both R and Python

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Though Arrow was for around from some time

(more than a year), in its recent release they came up with compression support

that makes it be more user friendly for all data science activities across different

languages. In my earlier posts,

I have encouraged R users to use fst, however, in recent days, as

Data Scientists frequency use both R

and Python, an effective small files that

can be easily

To

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