Will pandas eventually become more intuitive?

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  • hamilton

    A scalable general purpose micro-framework for defining dataflows. You can use it to create dataframes, numpy matrices, python objects, ML models, etc.

    If your problem is just arithmetic operations in the vein of Excel etc. I saw a great library recently. I could imagine this getting pulled into the main: https://github.com/stitchfix/hamilton/

  • polars

    Fast multi-threaded DataFrame library in Rust | Python | Node.js

    polars might click better. Once you learn the expression API, you'll see that googling is much less needed as you can extrapolate that logic.

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