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Problem: valueerror: sequence too large; cannot be greater than 32
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Problem : importerror: cannot import name '_validate_lengths'
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Problem: valueerror: object arrays cannot be loaded when allow_pickle=false
asked 3 days ago charles mathews 3.8k points
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Problem: valueerror: zero-dimensional arrays cannot be concatenated.
asked 5 days ago Dan phillip 1.8k points
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Problem: attributeerror: 'dataframe' object has no attribute 'sort'
asked 5 days ago charles mathews 3.8k points
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Problem: Throws this error message: File "mypath\mypythonscript.py", line 3484, in secondfunction RRDuringArray = p.array(UnFilteredDuringExSummaryOfMeansArray,dtype=p.float64)[1:,3] ValueError: setting an array element with a sequence. Can anyone show me what to do to fix the problem ... error message? EDIT: I did a print command to get the contents of the matrix, and this is what it printed out:
asked 6 days ago Mashhoodch 9.1k points
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Problem: runtimewarning: divide by zero encountered in double_scalars
asked Feb 16 Ethan ross 1.8k points
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Problem: I am really confused as to why this error appears. Here is my code: import numpy as np x = np.array([0, 0]) y = np.array([10, 10]) a = np.array([1, 6]) b = np.array([3, 7]) points = [x, y, a, b] max_pair = [x, y] other_pairs = ... 5, 6] not in max_pair) >>>False Why does this happen when using NumPy arrays? not in/inis ambiguous for existence? What is the correct syntax using any()\all()?
asked Jan 26 sasha 8.4k points
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Problem: At the bottom of the code you have to add these lines: simFlips(100,100) show() Here is the error that I get when I run it on ubuntu: Traceback (most recent call last): File "coin.py", line 36, in <module> simFlips(100,100) File "coin.py", ... (heads - tails)) AttributeError: 'numpy.ndarray' object has no attribute 'append' Please tell me what I'm doing wrong that gives me the last error
asked Jan 11 Mashhoodch 9.1k points
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Problem: I know there is a ton of these threads but all of them are for very simple cases like 3x3 matrices and things of that sort and the solutions do not even begin to apply to my situation. So I'm trying to graph G versus l1 (that's not an eleven, but an ... 250 data points. I had another user (shout out to Hugh Bothwell!) help me with an error in my code, but now another error has surfaced.
asked Jan 6 Mashhoodch 9.1k points
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asked Oct 23, 2020 Shaad Sh 800 points
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Problems I am trying to update selected datetime64 values in a pandas data frame using the loc method to select rows satisfying a condition. However, instead of assigning the new date-time value it results in NaT. Here is a simplification of my code that shows the problem: ... as the second element in the new_date column. Any ideas on how this should be done or why this is not working as intended?
asked Sep 15, 2020 Marivoke 530 points
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Problem: I have currently started learning about using the pandas in ipython notebook: import pandas as pd But I have encountered the below error on my above line of code: AttributeError  Traceback (most recent call last) <ipython-input-17-c7ecb2b0a99d> in <module>() ----> 1 from ... ' I have no knowledge on how to fix the above error, what is a problem here? My python's version is currently 3.6
asked Aug 10, 2020 Raphael Pacheco 4.9k points
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Problem: Hello Kodlogs, I am currently working with the NumPy in Python. Already solved some geometrical problems. Now, I am wondering, if I can make a Python program to create a line of best fit for a straight line! I would appreciate it if you could help me in this regard. Note: I am using Python-3.7
asked Aug 6, 2020 adamSw 11.3k points
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Problem: Hello Kodlogs, I am a new student in Python. Previously I used to develop programs in Java. I just installed a fresh Python on my machine. A lot of things to know and learn in Python, and for that, I joined this forum. I found the forum very helpful with a lot of ... same thing, but I want to do it in a NumPy program. How do you do it? Could you please share me the tip? Thanks in advance.
asked Jun 30, 2020 adamSw 11.3k points
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Problem: Hello Kodlogs, Being a newbie I have a question regarding NumPy in Python. I want to square an array&rsquo;s value using the NumPy. Anyway, I can make such a program using normal iteration over an array. I&rsquo;ve googled the problem and found some solution where people ... square(list): return [i ** 2 for i in list] I am eagerly waiting for your answers. Thanks for your kind concern.
asked Jun 27, 2020 adamSw 11.3k points