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Sunday Office Hours

The continuing theme from last week will be the Pandas DataFrame. We'll do more reviewing of the DataFrame methods, and perhaps get to some analysis.

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  • ak

    Next time we can argue a bit about properties.. I think they are good for readability!

    1 · August 31, 2014

  • @aaronchall

    We had a great time going through the source code for Pandas DataFrame, we got to discuss some basic Python too, ternary assignment, discussion of the NotImplemented object, property and class method decorators, and data storage with pickle and shelve. Regarding Pandas in particular, looked at how NaN that comes from Numpy (as opposed to NaT that comes from Pandas), matrix (dot) multiplication, the DataFrame initializor and other constructors, DataFrame's transpose method (and T property), and my own interpretations and speculations. I would say we really used the time well, and nearly got through half of the source code for the DataFrame object.

    1 · August 31, 2014

  • ak


    August 31, 2014

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