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Ways to apply an if condition in Pandas DataFrame

  • Last Updated : 10 Jul, 2020

Let’s discuss the different ways of applying If condition to a data frame in pandas.

1) Applying IF condition on Numbers
Let us create a Pandas DataFrame that has 5 numbers (say from 51 to 55). Let us apply IF conditions for the following situation. If the particular number is equal or lower than 53, then assign the value of ‘True’. Otherwise, if the number is greater than 53, then assign the value of ‘False’

Syntax:

df.loc[df[‘column name’] condition, ‘new column name’] = ‘value if condition is met’

Example:






from pandas import DataFrame
  
numbers = {'mynumbers': [51, 52, 53, 54, 55]}
df = DataFrame(numbers, columns =['mynumbers'])
  
df.loc[df['mynumbers'] <= 53, '<= 53'] = 'True' 
df.loc[df['mynumbers'] > 53, '<= 53'] = 'False' 
  
df

Output:

2) Applying IF condition with lambda
Let us create a Pandas DataFrame that has 5 numbers (say from 51 to 55). Let us apply IF conditions for the following situation. If the particular number is equal or lower than 53, then assign the value of ‘True’. Otherwise, if the number is greater than 53, then assign the value of ‘False’.

Syntax:

df[‘new column name’] = df[‘column name’].apply(lambda x: ‘value if condition is met’ if x condition else ‘value if condition is not met’)

Example:




from pandas import DataFrame
  
numbers = {'mynumbers': [51, 52, 53, 54, 55]}
df = DataFrame(numbers, columns =['mynumbers'])
  
df['<= 53'] = df['mynumbers'].apply(lambda x: 'True' if x <= 53 else 'False')
  
print (df)

Output:

3) Applying IF condition on strings
We will deal with the DataFrame that contains only strings with 5 names: Hanah, Ria, Jay, Bholu, Sachin. The conditions are: If the name is equal to ‘Ria, ’ then assign the value of ‘Found’. Otherwise, if the name is not ‘Ria, ’ then assign the value of ‘Not Found’.

Example:






from pandas import DataFrame
  
names = {'First_name': ['Hanah', 'Ria', 'Jay', 'Bholu', 'Sachin']}
df = DataFrame(names, columns =['First_name'])
  
df.loc[df['First_name'] == 'Ria', 'Status'] = 'Found'  
df.loc[df['First_name'] != 'Ria', 'Status'] = 'Not Found' 
  
print (df)

Output:

4) Applying IF condition on strings using lambada
We will deal with the DataFrame that contains only strings with 5 names: Hanah, Ria, Jay, Bholu, Sachin. The conditions are: If the name is equal to ‘Ria, ’ then assign the value of ‘Found’. Otherwise, if the name is not ‘Ria, ’ then assign the value of ‘Not Found’. But this time we will deal with it using lambdas.

Example




from pandas import DataFrame
  
names = {'First_name': ['Hanah', 'Ria', 'Jay', 'Bholu', 'Sachin']}
df = DataFrame(names, columns =['First_name'])
  
df['Status'] = df['First_name'].apply(lambda x: 'Found' if x == 'Ria' else 'Not Found')
  
print (df)

Output:

5) Applying IF condition with OR
We will deal with the DataFrame that contains only strings with 5 names: Hanah, Ria, Jay, Bholu, Sachin. The conditions are: If the name is equal to “Ria”, or “Jay” then assign the value of ‘Found’. Otherwise, if the name is not “Ria” or “Jay” then assign the value of ‘Not Found’.

Example




from pandas import DataFrame
  
names = {'First_name': ['Hanah', 'Ria', 'Jay', 'Bholu', 'Sachin']}
df = DataFrame(names, columns =['First_name'])
  
df.loc[(df['First_name'] == 'Ria') | (df['First_name'] == 'Jay'), 'Status'] = 'Found'  
df.loc[(df['First_name'] != 'Ria') & (df['First_name'] != 'Jay'), 'Status'] = 'Not Found'  
  
print (df)

Output:

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