Category : parameters

This seems like a very basic question, but I looked at https://docs.pytest.org/en/6.2.x/reference.html, which I think is the reference for pytest and couldn’t find the answer. So I wanted to combine a pytest.fixture (setup/teardown using yield) with a pytest.mark.parametrize … and I realised that they both have to be included as parameters in the test function. ..

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I have to use the same function twice. The first when the parameter is "df", the second when the parameter is "df3". How to do that ? The function : def add(df, df3): df["timestamp"] = pd.to_datetime(df["timestamp"]) df = df.groupby(pd.Grouper(key = "timestamp", freq = "h")).agg("mean") price = df["price"] amount = df["amount"] return (price * amount) // ..

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I have two dataframes, the first of which I created myself. First df: data = {‘Parameters’: [‘Maximum growth rate’, ‘Minimum temperature’, ‘Maximum temperature’, ‘Skewness’, ‘Kurtosis’], ‘Optimised parameter values’: [1, 1.82, 26.56, 0.09, 0]} df = pd.DataFrame(data) df data = {‘Parameters’: [‘Maximum growth rate’, ‘Minimum temperature’, ‘Maximum temperature’, ‘Skewness’, ‘Kurtosis’], ‘Optimised parameter values’: [1, 1.82, 26.56, ..

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I have been tasked to create a parallelogram using the required function below def repeatChar(numRepeats, outputChar): ”’ output the outputChar numRepeats times on the same line ”’ for colNo in range(numRepeats): print(outputChar, end=”) # print outputChar and stay on the same line (don’t go to next line) Working Solution but does not make proper use ..

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