I have a dataframeI want to replace $sell from column b.So I tried replace() method like belowbut it's doesn't replace the given string and it gives me same dataframe as original.
I often use Pandas mask and where methods for cleaner logic when updating values in a series conditionally. However, for relatively performance-critical code I notice a significant performance drop relative to numpy.where.
How can I get the most frequent item in a pandas series?Consider the series sThe returned value should be 3
I (think I) know how to check if a value is contained in the index of a pandas Series, but I can't get it to work in the example below. Is it a bug perhaps?
This question already has an answer here:I have a dataframe with ~1M rows and around 20 columns. I'm looking to merge these columns into one; under the same unique identifier column.
I have the following code. When I print s2 , I can see the value of mark was changed and there is no price; but I can get result by printing s2.price. Why is the price not printed?