I’m cleaning a dataset and need to take the part of the string between the underscores (_). Column A is what I am starting with. A foo_bar_foo bar_foo_bar bar foo_bar_foo I need to copy over the characters in between the underscores and copy them into a new column. Column B is the anticipated results. A ..
So i am new to Python and this is my first post.I have an array which is taken from a heartbeat signal.I created another array that takes the peaks of the signal and their location in the first array.I want to create another array that takes the first array and whenever there is a peak, ..
I’m fairly new to python, so I’m trying to take a string with two words that could be a mix of upper and lower case separated by 1 or more spaces (like in my example with the variable name) and turn it into a string like "Banana Split", where the first letter of each word ..
I’ve split an array using np.array_split. Now I want to print the first item in each new array and also the length of each new array. How can I do this without having to go through every single array individually. I don’t want to do : print(len(newArray)) print(len(newArray)) Source: Python..
I have b’pathn/sync/u/0/i/bvnurl_ids_md5nxd9xddx80fF>(xf4?xccx86c|xd2xd3xf0nargcountn2nstart_timen1605232804narg.cn10narg.hln11n’ Which has the following elements: 1) "path" 2) "/sync/u/0/i/bv" 3) "url_ids_md5" 4) "xd9xddx80fF>(xf4?xccx86c|xd2xd3xf0" 5) "argcount" 6) "2" 7) "start_time" 8) "1605232804" 9) "arg.c" 10) "10" 11) "arg.hl" 12) "11" I’m trying to break it up into a list containing elements split by "n". However, several situations occur: Let’s call the string in ..
I have this df with these values (head (5)) that has these characteristics (df.info ()) and I need to create a column for each existing amenities in df.amenities that contains 0 or 1 (0 = absent, 1 = present), I am new to this so I am not sure how to proceed. accomodates_list = (2.0, ..
guys. I am a novice at Python 3.8. I need to split a text into sentences while keeping the punctuations. You can also encounter countinuous punctuations. I haven’t learnt regular expression so is there a way using simple codes like find() and slicing strings to do this? I tried find() and slices but it is ..
I want to process each line of a file, and then split it by a delimiter and get for example first and third token. In python, with open("filename.txt") as f: for line in f: tokens = line.split("|") print(tokens, tokens) So, cpp, I can read the lines of a file with getline. Like this: ifstream fin(f); ..
I’m trying to remove double spacing and replace it with a single space within DataFrame header names But when I do so it messes with the header. As the end of each line is a double space it replace that with single space too and then the DataFrame looks weird. How would I replace ONLY ..
What I want to achieve is: Suppose the length that the user inputs is 6. Then the string that is to be input should also be of length 6 (without having any whitespaces in between the characters). My code: length=int(input()) S=input().split(" ",length) # This works, but I have to provide spaces in between. My expected ..