Python is a great language for doing data analysis, primarily because of the fantastic ecosystem of data-centric Python packages. Pandas is one of those packages and makes importing and analyzing data much easier.
at is used to return data in a dataframe at passed location. The passed location is in the format [poition, Column Name]. This method works in a similar way to Pandas
loc[ ] but
at[ ] is used to return only single value and hence works faster than it.
Syntax: Dataframe.at[position, label]
position: Position of element in column
label: Column name to be used
Return type: Single element at passed position
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In the following examples, the data frame used contains data of some NBA players. The image of data frame before any operations is attached below.
In this example, A dataframe is created by passing URL of csv to Pandas .read_csv() method. After that 2nd value in Name column is returned using .at[ ] method.
As shown in output image, the output can be compared and it can be seen that the Value at 2nd position in Name column is similar to output.
- Unlike, .loc[ ], This method only returns single value. Hence dataframe.at[3:6, label] will return an error.
- Since this method only works for single values, it is faster than .loc method.
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