While working with data in Pandas, we perform a vast array of operations on the data to get the data in the desired form. One of these operations could be that we want to create new columns in the DataFrame based on the result of some operations on the existing columns in the DataFrame. Let’s discuss several ways in which we can do that.
Given a Dataframe containing data about an event, we would like to create a new column called ‘Discounted_Price’, which is calculated after applying a discount of 10% on the Ticket price.
Solution #1: We can use
DataFrame.apply() function to achieve this task.
Now we will create a new column called ‘Discounted_Price’ after applying a 10% discount on the existing ‘Cost’ column.
Solution #2: We can achieve the same result by directly performing the required operation on the desired column element-wise.
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