dataframe.abs() — one of the simplest pandas data functions. It returns an object with the resulting absolute value and only applies to objects that are numeric. It also doesn`t work with any Nan values. The
abs () function can also be used with complex numbers to find their absolute value.
For complex numbers, the absolute value is defined as:
Syntax: DataFrame.abs () Returns: type of caller pre >
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Example # 1: replace Boston Celtics with Omega Warrior in nba.csv
To find the absolute value, we also need have negative values in the data frame. So let`s change some of the values to negative for demonstration purposes.
Now let`s use the
abs () function to find only the absolute value of the Number column.
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Example # 2: Using
abs ( ) to a series with complex numbers.
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