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Following this article How to show all columns/rows of a Pandas Dataframe?. I normally use the following commands. # Display all columns pd.set_option('display.max_columns', None) #Display all rows pd.set_option('display.max_rows', None) #Display all elements in each col pd.set_option(“max_colwidth”, None)


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You can edit the maximum number of rows displayed by PANDAS with the 'display.max_rows' option. If you want it to show all your rows, you can do: import pandas as pd df = pd.read_csv("BusinessData.csv") pd.set_option('display.max_rows', df.shape[0]) print(df)


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pandas has a max rows setting - https://pandas.pydata.org/pandas-docs/stable/user_guide/options.html Though perhaps looking at a 5,000+ row csv in an editor, or a spreadsheet or some IDEs have a csv editor would be more useful.


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You can print all your rows by iterating over them and printing. import pandas as pd df = pd.read_csv("BusinessData.csv") print(df.columns) for index, row in df.iterrows(): print(index, row.tolist())


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One method you can try first is cosine similarity. It works by counting the number of occurrences of each word in the vocabulary for each individual document. Next, you put these counts into vectors and then you take the cosine of the angle between them. If you have more than one text on a topic, you can combine them into a single text for the purpose of ...


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PCA is not recommended for categorical features. There are equivalent algorithms for categorical features like CATPCA and MCA.


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It looks like there are two part to your question , You want to explore data before predicting the values to gain insights about the data which falls under Visual analytics in which EDA (Exploratory data analysis) helps. Regarding the question of choosing right kind of plot to see the distribution for categorical data please refer below links which gives a ...


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Logistic regression is a standard method of performing binary classification, which matches your task here. Categorical variables can be dealt with, depending on the model you choose. You can see from the Scikit-Learn documentation on logistic regression, that your data only really needs to be of a certain shape: (num_samples, num_features). It might ignore ...


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Let me try to explain by intuitively. First let me take the easy one. Data being tidy As per definition Tidy means Arranged in Order, Neat, Uncluttered. All of these explain the physical aspects of the data representation. For example, data arranged in proper columns, with good headings, with relevance etc. You can think of this being syntactic in nature ...


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Do you have some sort of labeled data? Otherwise I'd hypothesize that this task is close to impossible since any sort of unsupervised algorithm using anomaly detection would likely have an incredibly low precision since almost all data would be classified as an anomaly during this time. However, if you were to obtain some labeled data (labeling customers ...


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I will suggest, first take some training data and make both models on that and compare the result on test data e.g If you have data from 1st Jan 2020 to 28 Apr 2020. Give the model, data from 1st Jan 2020 to 31st March(Or you can decide another range), make the model and forecast for April month. And compare the results for both the models on April month(...


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#dataset ids = ['xyz','xyz','xyz','abc','abc','pqr','tbq','tbq','tbq','tbq','xyz','xyz','abc','abc'] name = ['A','B','C','B','C','A','A','D','B','C','D','B','B','A'] dateTime = ['20-04-2020 12:25','20-04-2020 12:20','20-04-2020 12:30','20-04-2020 11:10','20-04-2020 11:15','21-04-2020 10:05', '21-04-2020 13:07','21-04-2020 13:07','21-04-2020 13:08'...


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