You can group by multiple columns and count only one of them using the DataFrame.groupby() and count() methods. For example, df.groupby(
count() groups by Courses and Duration columns and calculates the count for each group, ignoring None and Nan values.
You can also send a list of columns to the groupby() method to apply a groupby on multiple columns and calculate a count over each combination group.
You can also sort the results after performing the groupby and count operations.
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You can also send a list of columns you wanted group to groupby() method, using this you can apply a groupby on multiple columns and calculate a count over each combination group. For example, df.groupby(['Courses','Duration'])['Fee'].count() does group on Courses and Duration column and finally calculates the count.
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The GROUPBY function does the following: Start with the specified table (and all related tables in the "to- one " direction). Create a grouping using all of the GroupBy columns (which are…
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