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Filling missing values when using read_csv in Pandas
Creating DataFrames Cookbook
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Consider the following
df = pd.read_csv("my_data.txt").fillna(4)dfA B0 3 4.01 5 6.0
The reason column
B is of type
float is that
read_csv(~) places a
NaN in empty cells, and hence the column ends up being a
Pandas | read_csv method
Reads a file, and parses its content into a DataFrame.
Pandas DataFrame | fillna method
Fills missing values (NaN) with a specified value or with a filling rule.
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