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python - Change data type of columns in Pandas

You have four main options for converting types in pandas: to_numeric() - provides functionality to safely convert non-numeric types (e.g. strings) to a suitable numeric type. (See also to_datetim... Read More


Python Pandas - Find difference between two data frames

By using drop_duplicates pd.concat([df1,df2]).drop_duplicates(keep=False) Update : Above method only working for those dataframes they do not have duplicate itself, For example df1=pd.DataFrame({'... Read More


r - Calculate row means on subset of columns

Calculate row means on a subset of columns: Create a new data.frame which specifies the first column from DF as an column called ID and calculates the mean of all the other fields on that row, and pu... Read More


python - How to apply a function to two columns of Pandas dataframe

Here's an example using apply on the dataframe, which I am calling with axis = 1. Note the difference is that instead of trying to pass two values to the function f, rewrite the function to accept a... Read More


python - pandas: best way to select all columns whose names start with X

Just perform a list comprehension to create your columns: In [28]: filter_col = [col for col in df if col.startswith('foo')] filter_col Out[28]: ['foo.aa', 'foo.bars', 'foo.fighters', 'foo.fox', 'fo... Read More


Display all dataframe columns in a Jupyter Python Notebook

Try the display max_columns setting as follows: import pandas as pd from IPython.display import display df = pd.read_csv("some_data.csv") pd.options.display.max_columns = None display(df) Or pd.set_... Read More


dataframe - Spark SQL: apply aggregate functions to a list of columns

There are multiple ways of applying aggregate functions to multiple columns. GroupedData class provides a number of methods for the most common functions, including count, max, min, mean and sum, whi... Read More


python - How to replace text in a column of a Pandas dataframe?

Use the vectorised str method replace: In [30]: df['range'] = df['range'].str.replace(',','-') df Out[30]: range 0 (2-30) 1 (50-290) EDIT So if we look at what you tried and why it didn't... Read More


How to plot all the columns of a data frame in R

The ggplot2 package takes a little bit of learning, but the results look really nice, you get nice legends, plus many other nice features, all without having to write much code. require(ggplot2) requ... Read More


scala - How to define partitioning of DataFrame?

Spark >= 2.3.0 SPARK-22614 exposes range partitioning. val partitionedByRange = df.repartitionByRange(42, $"k") partitionedByRange.explain // == Parsed Logical Plan == // 'RepartitionByExpression ['... Read More