It is there in the drive by the name housing.csvHi All,
I missed class today due to technical issues from simplilearn. Can you help me in locating the boston house data set.
Hi, looks like you have assigned dummy variable to all cols., only the ones with object data type will need a dummy variable. Others already have values that can be used for prediction.I am not able to find the issue with the error.
error: not enough values to unpack (expected 5, got 4)
for code : x_train, x,test, y_train, y_test = train_test_split(feature_transformed,target,random_state = 10)
yes u can convert all the names to lower by applying .lower() on the name columnHi @Wajahat Khan_1 / @wajahat.bhat ,
Question related to Lesson 3 practice. Salaries.csv.
In the data, there multiple people with same name, so how to differentiate, weather the name is referring to the same person or not?
I think data cleaning will be essential. As in the screenshots, it suggest for 'A Bernard Fatooh',
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and if we apply sum on group by :
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In case of Aaron cramer, there are two different persons :
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