nsmallest() is used to get the n smallest values from a data frame or row.
Syntax: DataFrame.nsmallest (n, columns, keep = 'first')
n: int, Number of values to select
columns: Column to check for least values or user can select column while calling too. [For example: data [“age”]. Nsmallest (3) OR data.nsmallest (3, “age”)]
keep: object to set which value to select if duplicates exit ... Options are 'first' or 'last'.
To upload the CSV file you are using, click here.
Example # 1: retrieving at least 5 values
This example extracts at least 5 values and then compares with others, sorted by the sort_values () function.
NaN values are removed before attempting this method.
Example # 2: sorting by sort_values ()
As shown in the output image, the values returned by both functions are the same.
The big data era is upon us: data are being generated, analyzed, and used at an unprecedented scale, and data-driven decision making is sweeping through all aspects of society. Since the value of data...
Shabbir Challawala has over 8 years of rich experience in providing solutions based on MySQL and PHP technologies. He is currently working with KNOWARTH Technologies. He has worked in various PHP-base...
Learning to code is tremendous fun as you can get instant results, no matter how much more you have to learn. In fact, it’s such fun creating games and programs that it feels effortless once you’r...
IRMA is a research-based professional organization dedicated to advancing the concepts and practices of information resource management in modern organizations. The primary purpose of IRMA is to promo...