LeoCella - 1 year ago 218

Python Question

I'm trying to apply a function to a pandas dataframe, such a function required two np.array as input and it fit them using a well defined model.

The point is that I'm not able to apply this function starting from the selected columns since their "rows" contain list read from a JSON file and not np.array.

Now, I've tried different solutions:

`#Here is where I discover the problem`

train_df['result'] = train_df.apply(my_function(train_df['col1'],train_df['col2']))

#so I've tried to cast the Series before passing them to the function in both these ways:

X_col1_casted = trai_df['col1'].dtype(np.array)

X_col2_casted = trai_df['col2'].dtype(np.array)

doesn't work.

`X_col1_casted = trai_df['col1'].astype(np.array)`

X_col2_casted = trai_df['col2'].astype(np.array)

doesn't work.

`X_col1_casted = trai_df['col1'].dtype(np.array)`

X_col2_casted = trai_df['col2'].dtype(np.array)

does'nt work.

What I'm thinking to do now is a long procedure like:

starting from the uncasted column-series, convert them into list(), iterate on them apply the function to the np.array() single elements, and append the results into a temporary list. Once done I will convert this list into a new column. ( clearly, I don't know if it will work )

Does anyone of you know how to help me ?

EDIT:

I add one example to be clear:

The function assume to have as input two np.arrays. Now it has two lists since they are retrieved form a json file. The situation is this one:

`col1 col2 result`

[1,2,3] [4,5,6] [5,7,9]

[0,0,0] [1,2,3] [1,2,3]

Clearly the function is not the sum one, but a own function. For a moment assume that this sum can work only starting from arrays and not form lists, what should I do ?

Thanks in advance

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