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Superheroes keep us entertained with epic tales of extraordinary feats and moral allegory about the lives we lead. Whether you are a fan of the genre or not, they provide an interesting reflection of human values. Ultimately the stories rely on the superpowers that define each superhero.
For this week’s challenge, we have a dataset containing superheroes with their attributes listed by column. Their superpowers are defined by true/false values in the columns and their measurements are listed in numeric form. Let’s make the dataset easier to read by creating a column of measurements and another for their powers. The measurements column should include all measurements in a single cell with each original column on its own line within the cell. The powers column should only include the superpowers that character has. Be sure to remove characters with no powers!