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Currently I am learning Pandas. I want to do inner join DataFrame1 to DataFrame2. But I am facing below error.

“Len(left_on) must equal the number of levels in the index of "right"”

Please find below my join statement for your reference.

merged = DataFrame1.join(DataFrame2, on=['Code','Date'])

Please let me know why am I facing above error?

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Solution :

I can help you in fixing your error related to Pandas.

Please find below another way of performing join.

Inner Join

The Inner Join can also be performed by the use by explicitly mentioning it as shown below for your reference in how:

pd.merge(DataFrame1, DataFrame2, on='filename', how='inner')

OuterJoin

The Outer Join can also be performed by the use by explicitly mentioning it as shown below for your reference in how:

pd.merge(DataFrame1, DataFrame2, on='filename', how='outer')

 Left Join

The Left Join can also be performed by the use by explicitly mentioning it as shown below for your reference in how:

pd.merge(DataFrame1, DataFrame2, on='filename', how='left’)

Right Join

The Right Join can also be performed by the use by explicitly mentioning it as shown below for your reference in how:

pd.merge(DataFrame1, DataFrame2, on='filename', how='right’)

 Above answer is the generalized answer for all the join types.

I hope it will help you in fixing your issue.

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