I'm trying to add data frames to the list, but it doesn't work because it's judged to be str type.
The results are as follows:
files is a list that contains the file path to be read by the func function.
lst=list() for i in files: lst.append(func(k=files[i])) TypeError: list indications must be integrators or slices, not str
Looking for str, it looks like a data frame.
In—type(func(k=files[i])) Out —pandas.core.frame.DataFrame
Is it impossible to append the data frame to the list?
I would appreciate it if you could reply to me if you know more.
Thank you for your cooperation.python pandas
Why don't you make it into a two-dimensional array?
For example, the dataframe name is name_df.
First, retrieve the dataframe column.
Then use the columns to store dataaframe elements in the array.
lis=[ ] for w, i in enumerate (files): lis.append() lis[w].append(name_df[i])
Can I do what I want with this?
I don't really understand what I want to do, so it may be a vague answer.
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