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Information on the Data 1/2 | Analyzing the Data
Pandas First Steps

Information on the Data 1/2

In pandas, there's a handy method named info() that provides basic information about a dataset. Let's explore how to use this method.

This method displays the number of rows and columns in the dataframe, as well as each column's name and data type. For instance, our dataframe contains 20 rows and 5 columns.

To determine the size of our dataframe, we can use the len() function, as demonstrated in the example below.

Task

We have a DataFrame labeled data_frame. You need to get more detailed information about this dataset, such as the types of data it contains, any missing values (and their count), and the memory usage.

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Section 3. Chapter 4
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Pandas First Steps

Information on the Data 1/2

In pandas, there's a handy method named info() that provides basic information about a dataset. Let's explore how to use this method.

This method displays the number of rows and columns in the dataframe, as well as each column's name and data type. For instance, our dataframe contains 20 rows and 5 columns.

To determine the size of our dataframe, we can use the len() function, as demonstrated in the example below.

Task

We have a DataFrame labeled data_frame. You need to get more detailed information about this dataset, such as the types of data it contains, any missing values (and their count), and the memory usage.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 4
toggle bottom row
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