Nick McLoota

I am going to start by importing our .csv file of more trials. Assuming we have imported trials previously.

import pandas as pdmore_trials = pd.read_csv('trials_03.csv')print(more_trials)
  • Now we can rearrange by pivoting:
more_trials.pivot(index='treatment', columns='gender', values='response')
  • this produces an error bc there are multiple indexes…
more_trials.pivot_table(index='treatment', columns='gender', values='response')
  • Could have also utilized the key word: aggfunc
more_trials.pivot_table(index='treatment', columns='gender', values='response', aggfunc='count')

Why aren’t my aggfunc’s showing???

Must add margins=True to your .pivot_table call to show the aggfunc you are using:

signups_and_visitors = users.pivot_table(index='weekday', aggfunc=sum, margins=True)
  • Doing this creates a final row indexed ‘All’ with the sum of each column.

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