forget to forget the forgetness… hahaha…
Actually, most of the time we forget the basic features of pandas DataFrame.
I hope you are reading this blog because you forget how to find the number of data points per class, right.
So, there is a very useful method called
value_counts() which will help you to get the number of data points for each class.
Let’s see an example below.
Story: (you can skip)
Actually, I was trying to solve the problem called DonorsChoose and I was instructed that data is imbalanced so either uses the balanced feature is equal to true in the model or upsample the dataset. So, I was curious to know the distribution of the dataset and I forgot how to do it. I googled sometimes with different keywords but I was not getting the desired results. In the end, I got the result by using the keyword as you read in the title of this blog.
You can also use the count plot to show the above result…
Thanks a lot.