- Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

In this Python Object-Oriented Tutorial, we will begin our series by learning how to create and use classes within Python. Classes allow us to logically group our data and functions in a way that is easy to reuse and also easy to build upon if need be. Let's get started.

Python OOP 1 - Classes a...
In this Python Object-Oriented Tutorial, we will begin our series by learning how to create and use classes within Python. Classes allow us to logically group our data and functions in a way that is easy to reuse and also easy to build upon if need be. Let's get started.

Python OOP 1 - Classes and Instances - https://youtu.be/ZDa-Z5JzLYM
Python OOP 2 - Class Variables - https://youtu.be/BJ-VvGyQxho
Python OOP 3 - Classmethods and Staticmethods - https://youtu.be/rq8cL2XMM5M
Python OOP 4 - Inheritance - https://youtu.be/RSl87lqOXDE
Python OOP 5 - Special (Magic/Dunder) Methods - https://youtu.be/3ohzBxoFHAY
Python OOP 6 - Property Decorators - https://youtu.be/jCzT9XFZ5bw

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Introduction - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Introduction

Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances
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Why use classes - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Why use classes

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A simple class - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

A simple class

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Class vs Instance - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Class vs Instance

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how come at , when he's assigning a variable emp_1.first  = "Corey" , he didn't get an error for using  "." in the variable name? we are not supposed to used anything except "_" while naming variables, aren't we? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

how come at , when he's assigning a variable emp_1.first = "Corey" , he didn't get an error for using "." in the variable name? we are not supposed to used anything except "_" while naming variables, aren't we?

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s]'' appear in the run window like it is in the video?[] - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

s]'' appear in the run window like it is in the video?[]

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In   how do you replace 1's with 2's? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

In how do you replace 1's with 2's?

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at  intentionally to make the subsequent point. Great work. Amazing video. Thanks :) - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

at intentionally to make the subsequent point. Great work. Amazing video. Thanks :)

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At  you changed a piece of multiple variable names at the same time, from 1 to 2. Could you tell me how did you do that? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

At you changed a piece of multiple variable names at the same time, from 1 to 2. Could you tell me how did you do that?

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Does anybody know how he made his text cursor larger to delete things from many lines at the same time? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Does anybody know how he made his text cursor larger to delete things from many lines at the same time?

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He deliberately made the mistake at  to show us how powerful classes are. Genius move. A true coder. - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

He deliberately made the mistake at to show us how powerful classes are. Genius move. A true coder.

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has been done? thanks () - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

has been done? thanks ()

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if you wonder what's going on @  you can do it on your own with Ctrl + Alt + Arrow Keys - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

if you wonder what's going on @ you can do it on your own with Ctrl + Alt + Arrow Keys

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in a zippy at  ? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

in a zippy at ?

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Great tutorial, but quick question - what was the shortcut you used at ? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Great tutorial, but quick question - what was the shortcut you used at ?

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What shortcut at  ? Is that specific to this code editor ?btw, nice video - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

What shortcut at ? Is that specific to this code editor ?btw, nice video

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thanks for the great explanation. Hope its not a dumb question,but how did you erase and type in multiple lines at the same time  ? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

thanks for the great explanation. Hope its not a dumb question,but how did you erase and type in multiple lines at the same time ?

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At  in the video you selected a column of 1s and changed them all to 2s, what IDE is that which allows for such nice efficiency? I wish I could do that in R Studio, where I code a lot and this would be a Godsend there. - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

At in the video you selected a column of 1s and changed them all to 2s, what IDE is that which allows for such nice efficiency? I wish I could do that in R Studio, where I code a lot and this would be a Godsend there.

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Hi, first of all, I would like to thank you for the helpful videos. then I have a question; in the  minute you have selected many letters at the same column and changed them at once. How can I do it!? ;-) - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Hi, first of all, I would like to thank you for the helpful videos. then I have a question; in the minute you have selected many letters at the same column and changed them at once. How can I do it!? ;-)

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Initializing instance attributes with `__init__` - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Initializing instance attributes with `__init__`

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Sorry if it’s a dumb question, but why do you use 2 - - of those for def init, but when you define other things, you don’t need the - - signs? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Sorry if it’s a dumb question, but why do you use 2 - - of those for def init, but when you define other things, you don’t need the - - signs?

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MY whole existence has a meaning only because of - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

MY whole existence has a meaning only because of

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At  he gives THE BEST explanation of what SELF is. More than a week trying to figure out what self does. - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

At he gives THE BEST explanation of what SELF is. More than a week trying to figure out what self does.

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Hey! I hope you see my comment considering this is an old video. I have two questions. Around  on the video you have emp_1 and emp_2 outside def function, however they still work with the code inside “def __Init__”. I don’t understand why they still work. Why is that not necessary for your employe variables to be inside your Init function? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Hey! I hope you see my comment considering this is an old video. I have two questions. Around on the video you have emp_1 and emp_2 outside def function, however they still work with the code inside “def __Init__”. I don’t understand why they still work. Why is that not necessary for your employe variables to be inside your Init function?

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Custom instance methods - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Custom instance methods

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Hello Corey, Your tutorials are the best. I don't know if you still read and reply to comments but I have a question. Wouldn't it be easier in  to create another instance variable:(self.fullname = first + ' ' + last ) instead of a whole new function? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Hello Corey, Your tutorials are the best. I don't know if you still read and reply to comments but I have a question. Wouldn't it be easier in to create another instance variable:(self.fullname = first + ' ' + last ) instead of a whole new function?

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on time  to ' return f"{self.first}, {self.last}" '  You can format it like that! - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

on time to ' return f"{self.first}, {self.last}" ' You can format it like that!

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which is a METHOD...watch from - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

which is a METHOD...watch from

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At    you print the emp_1 using  print(emp_1.fullname()).  I was able to print the same thing using print(Employee.fullname(emp_1)) otherwise i get an error. I'm using jupyter note book. Thanks and great stuff. - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

At you print the emp_1 using print(emp_1.fullname()). I was able to print the same thing using print(Employee.fullname(emp_1)) otherwise i get an error. I'm using jupyter note book. Thanks and great stuff.

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At  you can also make fullname an attribute similar to how you did with email except without "." and "@company.com". So what's the best practice out of the two in your example? - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

At you can also make fullname an attribute similar to how you did with email except without "." and "@company.com". So what's the best practice out of the two in your example?

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Common Mistake - Importance of passing `self` - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Common Mistake - Importance of passing `self`

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Importance of passing `self` - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Importance of passing `self`

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Minute  of the tutorial is bliss, finally getting what the 'self' keyword really does. Thank you for that great explanation! - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

Minute of the tutorial is bliss, finally getting what the 'self' keyword really does. Thank you for that great explanation!

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lmfao you literally explain how "self" works and how important it is. Perfect visualization. Thanks! - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

lmfao you literally explain how "self" works and how important it is. Perfect visualization. Thanks!

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Summary - Python OOP Tutorial 1: Classes and Instances

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At  you move the file and see some blurred miniature version of your open folders in the dock. How did you enable that? - Python YouTube API Tutorial: Using OAuth to Access User Accounts

At you move the file and see some blurred miniature version of your open folders in the dock. How did you enable that?

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In case you are getting Error 403 ("access_denied The developer hasn’t given you access to this app") go to the OAuth consent screen and under Test Users add your email by clicking on Add Users. You should be able to grant access after you've added User.

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@corey So why did you add the join function here, when appending the video id to the list its already a list and its working for me when I pass the vid_ids directly

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TypeError: expected string or bytes-like object, I am taking this error in , any idea? - Python YouTube API Tutorial: Calculating the Duration of a Playlist

TypeError: expected string or bytes-like object, I am taking this error in , any idea?

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(I love that "Whoops that went too well"-moment at  :D) - Python Tutorial: Real World Example - Using Patreon API and Pillow to Automate Image Creation

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Read CSV -

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Read Excel - (Start at 6:15 to see installed packages)

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# Just in case:If you are using sqlite3 instead of sqlalchemy, you have to use SQL string not the table name: - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 11): Reading/Writing Data to Different Sources - Excel, JSON, SQL, Etc

# Just in case:If you are using sqlite3 instead of sqlalchemy, you have to use SQL string not the table name:

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Read SQL -  (Start at 16:59 to see installed packages) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 11): Reading/Writing Data to Different Sources - Excel, JSON, SQL, Etc

Read SQL - (Start at 16:59 to see installed packages)

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.000 +0200 and i used format='%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%f %z'  It say format does not match. Where did I go wrong. What will the correct format be? Anyone? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

.000 +0200 and i used format='%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S.%f %z' It say format does not match. Where did I go wrong. What will the correct format be? Anyone?

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for the resampling of the whole DataFrame, say, if I want to get the open price at  for the 'open price' of the day and the close price at 23:00:00 for the 'close price' of the day, what function am I supposed to use here?Thank you ! - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

for the resampling of the whole DataFrame, say, if I want to get the open price at for the 'open price' of the day and the close price at 23:00:00 for the 'close price' of the day, what function am I supposed to use here?Thank you !

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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, can you please tell me how to convert this format to standard date and time format ?   I try this df['Datetime'] = pd.to_datetime(df['Datetime'], format='%m %d %Y %H:%M'), but it didn't work....  please help. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

, can you please tell me how to convert this format to standard date and time format ? I try this df['Datetime'] = pd.to_datetime(df['Datetime'], format='%m %d %Y %H:%M'), but it didn't work.... please help.

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convert to datetime using to_datetime - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

convert to datetime using to_datetime

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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Firstly at  , we converted all the values of the Series to datetime type from String type using:df[‘Date’] = pd.to_datetime(df[‘Date’], format = ‘%Y-%m-%d %I-%p’) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

Firstly at , we converted all the values of the Series to datetime type from String type using:df[‘Date’] = pd.to_datetime(df[‘Date’], format = ‘%Y-%m-%d %I-%p’)

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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parse dates while loading data from csv - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

parse dates while loading data from csv

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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too complicated - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

too complicated

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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but when doing the same thing while loading csv ,we used a lengthier approach of using a lambda and assigning it to date_parser argument.So my doubt is whether while following the later approach, do we basically apply a function(lambda in this case) to a column('Date') so that the function is applied to each value in that column and it converts each value(String) by calling strptime() ?If so, can we assume to_datetime() method converts a whole Series to datetime type while the later approach converts each value of a Series to datetime object?Is there any way we can replicate the former way while loading the csv file? That look minimal and easy.Thanks in advence - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

but when doing the same thing while loading csv ,we used a lengthier approach of using a lambda and assigning it to date_parser argument.So my doubt is whether while following the later approach, do we basically apply a function(lambda in this case) to a column('Date') so that the function is applied to each value in that column and it converts each value(String) by calling strptime() ?If so, can we assume to_datetime() method converts a whole Series to datetime type while the later approach converts each value of a Series to datetime object?Is there any way we can replicate the former way while loading the csv file? That look minimal and easy.Thanks in advence

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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using day_name on whole series using dt class - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

using day_name on whole series using dt class

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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create column of dayname - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

create column of dayname

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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min and max methods on datetime series - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

min and max methods on datetime series

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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filtering by dates as string - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

filtering by dates as string

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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filter by to_datetime - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

filter by to_datetime

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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At  time, where you explain filtering the data on basis of start and end date, I tried doing that without changing the date string to datetime format of pandas and it still worked. What you suggested is this "filt=(df['Date']>=pandas.to_datetime('2019-01-01')) & (df['Date']<pandas.to_datetime('2020-01-01'))df.loc[filt]" what I did is filt=(df['Date']>='2019-01-01') & (df['Date']<'2020-01-01')df.loc[filt]. Could you please suggest if the way I did is wrong or will give me the correct results always or not? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

At time, where you explain filtering the data on basis of start and end date, I tried doing that without changing the date string to datetime format of pandas and it still worked. What you suggested is this "filt=(df['Date']>=pandas.to_datetime('2019-01-01')) & (df['Date']<pandas.to_datetime('2020-01-01'))df.loc[filt]" what I did is filt=(df['Date']>='2019-01-01') & (df['Date']<'2020-01-01')df.loc[filt]. Could you please suggest if the way I did is wrong or will give me the correct results always or not?

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set date as index - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

set date as index

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filter data by just passing the date in brackets - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

filter data by just passing the date in brackets

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Your tutorials are the bests on the web. Before I can do the index filter ( in the video), I had to sort the dataframe by index(df = df.sort_index()) I don't know why but it was given me an error (AssertionError: <class 'numpy.ndarray'>).Thanks for sharing. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

Your tutorials are the bests on the web. Before I can do the index filter ( in the video), I had to sort the dataframe by index(df = df.sort_index()) I don't know why but it was given me an error (AssertionError: <class 'numpy.ndarray'>).Thanks for sharing.

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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@ df['2019'] does not work for me. Can anyone help me with this issue? ok nevermind i got it figured out. df.index = pd.to_datetime(df.index) then sort it by index if anyone run into the same issueGreat video btw! - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

@ df['2019'] does not work for me. Can anyone help me with this issue? ok nevermind i got it figured out. df.index = pd.to_datetime(df.index) then sort it by index if anyone run into the same issueGreat video btw!

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using a slice to get specific dates data - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

using a slice to get specific dates data

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Hi all, In minute  when filtering df['2020-01':'2020-02] I get an empty dataframe as result. However, if I change the order of the filter df['2020-02':'2020-01] it works. Is there something wrong with this? I didn't sort in any way different than Corey's video but it seems that I need to filter following the pattern of the index to get the correct result. Any comments? Thanks! (Ricardo from Argentina) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

Hi all, In minute when filtering df['2020-01':'2020-02] I get an empty dataframe as result. However, if I change the order of the filter df['2020-02':'2020-01] it works. Is there something wrong with this? I didn't sort in any way different than Corey's video but it seems that I need to filter following the pattern of the index to get the correct result. Any comments? Thanks! (Ricardo from Argentina)

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calculating average of a slice(timeframe) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

calculating average of a slice(timeframe)

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getting max value of a column on a given day - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

getting max value of a column on a given day

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data
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df['only_time'] = ''how can i do it without external loop code, because loop taking long time to apply.Thanks for your help. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

df['only_time'] = ''how can i do it without external loop code, because loop taking long time to apply.Thanks for your help.

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resampling(breaking down by days) a whole column into a new variable - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

resampling(breaking down by days) a whole column into a new variable

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plotting with matplotlib in pandas - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

plotting with matplotlib in pandas

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resampling df with multiple columns - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

resampling df with multiple columns

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using agg to apply different function on different columns while resampling - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

using agg to apply different function on different columns while resampling

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You could have also used method 'first' for open price within agg functionThanks a lot for these videos. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

You could have also used method 'first' for open price within agg functionThanks a lot for these videos.

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I got this error 'DataFrame' object has no attribute 'resamlpe' - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

I got this error 'DataFrame' object has no attribute 'resamlpe'

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did the plotting series of tutorials ever come? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

did the plotting series of tutorials ever come?

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the date is same but the time is changing. when i am plotting the graph with this column on x axis it shows 17.07 00..... 17.07 04 i know that at end 00, 04 is the time but i wnt on x axis only time and the dstype of this column is datetime64ns. Can any one help me - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 10): Working with Dates and Time Series Data

the date is same but the time is changing. when i am plotting the graph with this column on x axis it shows 17.07 00..... 17.07 04 i know that at end 00, 04 is the time but i wnt on x axis only time and the dstype of this column is datetime64ns. Can any one help me

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when she talks with me xdd - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values

when she talks with me xdd

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we can use    df.replace(['NA', 'Missing'], np.nan, inplace=True)     instead - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values

we can use df.replace(['NA', 'Missing'], np.nan, inplace=True) instead

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watch from  time stamp, Thank me later XD - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values

watch from time stamp, Thank me later XD

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values
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Question @.So he's saying you can't convert a Nonetype to an int but you can convert a Nonetype to a float? I'm confused here. Can someone please clear this up for me? I didn't really understand Corey's explanation. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values

Question @.So he's saying you can't convert a Nonetype to an int but you can convert a Nonetype to a float? I'm confused here. Can someone please clear this up for me? I didn't really understand Corey's explanation.

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I mean if you're coding for more than 50 years, you probably just started as soon as computers fucking came out lol😂😂😂 - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values

I mean if you're coding for more than 50 years, you probably just started as soon as computers fucking came out lol😂😂😂

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values
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In  of the video. For a one liner code. df['YearsCode'].replace(['Less than 1 year','More than 50 years'],[0,51]), inplace=True). Correct me if I'm wrong I'm new to Python. But great video again Corey! Hats off! - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values

In of the video. For a one liner code. df['YearsCode'].replace(['Less than 1 year','More than 50 years'],[0,51]), inplace=True). Correct me if I'm wrong I'm new to Python. But great video again Corey! Hats off!

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 9): Cleaning Data - Casting Datatypes and Handling Missing Values
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Intro: - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Intro:

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Recap: - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Recap:

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Basic Aggregate Functions:  (`df['col'].mean()`, `df['col'].median()`, `df['col'].mode()`, `df['col'].describe()`, `df.describe()`)- `describe` gives count (# non-NaN rows), mean, std, min, max, and 25%, 50%, and 75% quantiles - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Basic Aggregate Functions: (`df['col'].mean()`, `df['col'].median()`, `df['col'].mode()`, `df['col'].describe()`, `df.describe()`)- `describe` gives count (# non-NaN rows), mean, std, min, max, and 25%, 50%, and 75% quantiles

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Aggregate Column - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Aggregate Column -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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median function - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

median function

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Aggregate DataFrame - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Aggregate DataFrame -

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describe function - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

describe function

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count() - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

count()

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Value Counts - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Value Counts -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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value_counts() - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

value_counts()

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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if you have to do that to a specific country e.g. UK, how many people hobyist from UK and how many are not, how do you do that? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

if you have to do that to a specific country e.g. UK, how many people hobyist from UK and how many are not, how do you do that?

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Counts by Percentage:  (`df['col'].value_counts(normalize=True)`) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Counts by Percentage: (`df['col'].value_counts(normalize=True)`)

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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value count in % - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

value count in %

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Grouping - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Grouping -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Intro to Groupby:- split object, apply function, combine results - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Intro to Groupby:- split object, apply function, combine results

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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grouping the data - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

grouping the data

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Split:df.groupby(['col'])df.get_group(['col_val']) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Split:df.groupby(['col'])df.get_group(['col_val'])

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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groupby() function - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

groupby() function

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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get_group(), grabbing a specific group by name - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

get_group(), grabbing a specific group by name

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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doing same by using the filters - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

doing same by using the filters

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Apply Function & Combine:.agg(['mean', 'median']) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Apply Function & Combine:.agg(['mean', 'median'])

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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using value_counts on filters - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

using value_counts on filters

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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at , using .loc u got 20,00 rows and using group by u got 9,000 rows, how?? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

at , using .loc u got 20,00 rows and using group by u got 9,000 rows, how??

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Small note: at , the more correct syntax would be to select your column within the .loc method: df.loc[filt, 'SocialMedia'].value_counts(). - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Small note: at , the more correct syntax would be to select your column within the .loc method: df.loc[filt, 'SocialMedia'].value_counts().

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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@ How are you able to put the two brackets side-by-side in the line: df.loc[filt]['socialmedia'].value_counts()I dont get why it works with df.loc, but when I tried to set a variable "group" to the groupby function, it doesnt work? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

@ How are you able to put the two brackets side-by-side in the line: df.loc[filt]['socialmedia'].value_counts()I dont get why it works with df.loc, but when I tried to set a variable "group" to the groupby function, it doesnt work?

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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value_counts() for groups - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

value_counts() for groups

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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@ How would return just the top row for each country?I want it to look something like this...Country           Social MediaAfghanistan    Facebook         15Zimbabwe       Facebook          3 - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

@ How would return just the top row for each country?I want it to look something like this...Country Social MediaAfghanistan Facebook 15Zimbabwe Facebook 3

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using loc to find for one country - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

using loc to find for one country

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Corey, at  the groupby object forms a series with multindex. I'll try later to use pivot_table() to make index the countries and the columns representing different social apps. Although it won't be tidy data, I think it will be useful to explore it. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Corey, at the groupby object forms a series with multindex. I'll try later to use pivot_table() to make index the countries and the columns representing different social apps. Although it won't be tidy data, I think it will be useful to explore it.

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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percentage by using normalize - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

percentage by using normalize

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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median by country group - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

median by country group

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Multiple Aggregates on Group - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Multiple Aggregates on Group -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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agg function for multiple functions - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

agg function for multiple functions

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Gotchas:.apply() on SeriesGroup - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Gotchas:.apply() on SeriesGroup

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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People Who Know Python By Country - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

People Who Know Python By Country -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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using filtering to get python users by country - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

using filtering to get python users by country

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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At  in the video, would the following statement be more accurate as we want to know how many people know Python in Indiafilt = df['Country']=='India'df[filt]['LanguageWorkedWith'].str.contains('Python').count() - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

At in the video, would the following statement be more accurate as we want to know how many people know Python in Indiafilt = df['Country']=='India'df[filt]['LanguageWorkedWith'].str.contains('Python').count()

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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error on using same approach for groups - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

error on using same approach for groups

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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apply method to run that on group - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

apply method to run that on group

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Hi Corey. in the group by method in , in the apply() method, the x in the lambda represent the series? in the apply method in the previous lectures isn't the apply method use in every cell/value in a series? Not in the series itself just like the 32:58? I'm new to python.  Thanks! - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Hi Corey. in the group by method in , in the apply() method, the x in the lambda represent the series? in the apply method in the previous lectures isn't the apply method use in every cell/value in a series? Not in the series itself just like the 32:58? I'm new to python. Thanks!

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Very interesting tutorial. Thumb up! Particularly at  !! - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Very interesting tutorial. Thumb up! Particularly at !!

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Real-World Problem (Calculation from Several Groups):- What percentage of people from each country know Python?country_respondents = df['Country'].value_counts()country_uses_python = country_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda x: x.str.contains('Python').sum())result = pd.concat([country_respondents, country_uses_python], axis='columns')result.rename(columns={'Country': 'NumRespondents', 'LanguageWorkedWith': 'NumKnowsPython'})result['PctKnowsPython'] = country_uses_python / country_uses_python * 100result.sort_values(by='PctKnowsPython', ascending=False)result.loc['Japan'] - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Real-World Problem (Calculation from Several Groups):- What percentage of people from each country know Python?country_respondents = df['Country'].value_counts()country_uses_python = country_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda x: x.str.contains('Python').sum())result = pd.concat([country_respondents, country_uses_python], axis='columns')result.rename(columns={'Country': 'NumRespondents', 'LanguageWorkedWith': 'NumKnowsPython'})result['PctKnowsPython'] = country_uses_python / country_uses_python * 100result.sort_values(by='PctKnowsPython', ascending=False)result.loc['Japan']

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#Ques at , what percentage of people from each country know Python? - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

#Ques at , what percentage of people from each country know Python?

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Practice Question - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Practice Question -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Possible solutions for the question atcountry_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda series: series.str.contains('Python').sum()/len(series)) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Possible solutions for the question atcountry_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda series: series.str.contains('Python').sum()/len(series))

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
2020年02月14日
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try this as the solution to question asked by respected Corey sir at  :l_countries = pd.unique(csv.dropna()['Country'])a = [(i, ((gbo.get_group(i)['LanguageWorkedWith'].str.contains('Python').sum()) / (gbo.get_group(i)['LanguageWorkedWith'].count()) * 100)) for i in l_countries] - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

try this as the solution to question asked by respected Corey sir at :l_countries = pd.unique(csv.dropna()['Country'])a = [(i, ((gbo.get_group(i)['LanguageWorkedWith'].str.contains('Python').sum()) / (gbo.get_group(i)['LanguageWorkedWith'].count()) * 100)) for i in l_countries]

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I was just wondering if on  you could have just modified the lambda expression so it could just do all the calculations in place like so:country_grp["LanguageWorkedWith"].apply(lambda country_ser: (country_ser.str.contains("Python").sum()*/country_ser.value_counts().sum())*100)What I tried to do was to count the sum of total respondents for each country and do all the necessary calculations inside the lambda,  and, though the result that I got were similar to yours, they still were slightly different. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

I was just wondering if on you could have just modified the lambda expression so it could just do all the calculations in place like so:country_grp["LanguageWorkedWith"].apply(lambda country_ser: (country_ser.str.contains("Python").sum()*/country_ser.value_counts().sum())*100)What I tried to do was to count the sum of total respondents for each country and do all the necessary calculations inside the lambda, and, though the result that I got were similar to yours, they still were slightly different.

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2020年02月14日
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At  since you want to get the percentage of boolean values that are 1 you can pretty much just replace .sum() with .mean(). It's sum/length. - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

At since you want to get the percentage of boolean values that are 1 you can pretty much just replace .sum() with .mean(). It's sum/length.

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
2020年02月14日
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finding the percentage of people using python in each country(group) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

finding the percentage of people using python in each country(group)

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
2020年02月14日
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. I don’t have the data or code to run to see if this would work right now, but at first glance I’d run:.apply(lambda x: x.str.contains(‘Python’).mean()) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

. I don’t have the data or code to run to see if this would work right now, but at first glance I’d run:.apply(lambda x: x.str.contains(‘Python’).mean())

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2020年02月14日
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I just wanted to share something regarding LanguagesHaveWorked grouped by Country (on ). I think the below code is rather simpler if we just wanna look at the percentages only, but I don't how reliable this method might be - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

I just wanted to share something regarding LanguagesHaveWorked grouped by Country (on ). I think the below code is rather simpler if we just wanna look at the percentages only, but I don't how reliable this method might be

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
2020年02月14日
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() I added just a short method to get percentage of python users.country_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda x: x.str.contains('Python').sum())->country_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda x: (x.str.contains('Python').sum())/x.count()) - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

() I added just a short method to get percentage of python users.country_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda x: x.str.contains('Python').sum())->country_grp['LanguageWorkedWith'].apply(lambda x: (x.str.contains('Python').sum())/x.count())

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Concat Series - - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

Concat Series -

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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using concat for combining series in a dataframe - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

using concat for combining series in a dataframe

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Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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Outro: - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

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Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
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adding percentage column - Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data

adding percentage column

Python Pandas Tutorial (Part 8): Grouping and Aggregating - Analyzing and Exploring Your Data
2020年02月14日
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