Flexible and powerful data analysis / manipulation library for Python, providing labeled data structures similar to R data.frame objects, statistical functions, and much more (by pandas-dev)

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  • Best computer language for stats | 2021-10-21
    For Python, be aware of Pandas, which does a similar thing.
  • issue with Pandas version in the binary Compucell3D4.2.5
  • Intro to Data Analysis - Data Reading | 2021-10-14
  • Working with Excel and XML, looking for guidance on how to approach a project.
    If you haven’t already, I’d suggest looking into Pandas to work with the Excel files. It takes care of a lot of the hassle. It can be hard starting off with it, but it’s very handy once you get the hang of it.
  • Can you please help me understand how this workflow could ne automated using Python?
    You can analysis data faster and working on larger data sets with pandas than with Excel. Pandas can also talk to databases and read/write Excel files.
  • Out played bitch
    He's talking about for those that are curious
  • Anyone interested in getting into Python and Data Analysis/Machine Learning?
    For more information, check out There are a lot of tutorials out there for pandas but they don't exactly cover data analysis.
  • I hate labs and I'm exhausted.
  • Help Searching a .csv Python
    Are you not allowed to use the Pandas library? Sorry, I’m not any more help than this specific suggestion.
  • 6502 - Some Thoughts on Open Source Projects | 2021-09-30
    Here, I am going to pick two open source packages to talk and compare with. Pandas VS. Prefect.
  • Product developers’ guide to getting started with AI — Part 3: Terraforming dataframes | 2021-09-30
    It is highly advised to have read part 2 before continuing forward. In this guide, we’ll be using the Titanic dataset along with Google Collab. I’ll be briefly reusing techniques from previous contents such as surfing and extracting to quickly start us off with an ideal dataframe for applying transformations and functions.
  • Building a COVID-19 geosearch index using CSV files, MongoDB, or GraphQL | 2021-09-29
    Data scientists find it appealing to use flat files in a repository for storing data because of the emphasis on version control and tracking changes over time. If better information becomes available, they can update the historical records while also capturing the fact that the record has changed. A high-order database may struggle tracking that change. We'll write a quick script to ingest the raw CSV data directly into our index. We can do this using the Python pandas library.
  • Conditional join/merge
  • Pandas honestly could die and it wouldn’t matter
    Pandas couldn't die, its been pulled to many times. Its on github after all
  • Good way to display math | 2021-09-25
    Pandas MatPlotLib


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