import pandas as pd % matplotlib inline df_census = pd.read_csv(‘census_income_data.csv’) df_census.info() df_census.hist(figsize=8, 8)); df_census[‘age’].hist() df_census[‘age’].plot(kind=’hist’); df_census[‘education’].value_counts() #aggregates counts for each […]
Assessing and Building Intuition
Once you have your data loaded into dataframes, Pandas makes a quick investigation of the data really easy. Let’s explore some helpful methods for assessing and building intuition about a dataset. We can use the cancer data from before to help us.
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