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Learning Pandas in Minutes (Part 3 — Apply Function to Columns)

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Pandas allows us to apply our custom Python function to one or more columns. This can be particularly useful whenever we need to transform our data or engineer new features from the existing columns.

In this tutorial, I am going to cover two main approaches to apply a function on Pandas columns:

  1. Pandas.apply

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