Pandas Example – Write a Pandas program to split a dataset, group by one column and get mean, min, and max values by group. Using the following dataset find the mean, min, and max values of purchase amount (purch_amt) group by customer id

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Write a Pandas program to split a dataset, group by one column and get mean, min, and max values by group. Using the following dataset find the mean, min, and max values of purchase amount (purch_amt) group by customer id (customer_id).

Test Data:

    ord_no  purch_amt    ord_date  customer_id  salesman_id
0    70001     150.50  2012-10-05         3005         5002
1    70009     270.65  2012-09-10         3001         5005
2    70002      65.26  2012-10-05         3002         5001
3    70004     110.50  2012-08-17         3009         5003
4    70007     948.50  2012-09-10         3005         5002
5    70005    2400.60  2012-07-27         3007         5001
6    70008    5760.00  2012-09-10         3002         5001
7    70010    1983.43  2012-10-10         3004         5006
8    70003    2480.40  2012-10-10         3009         5003
9    70012     250.45  2012-06-27         3008         5002
10   70011      75.29  2012-08-17         3003         5007
11   70013    3045.60  2012-04-25         3002         5001

 

Sample Solution:

Python Code :


import pandas as pd

pd.set_option('display.max_rows', None)
pd.set_option('display.max_columns', None)

orders_data = pd.DataFrame({
'ord_no':[70001,70009,70002,70004,70007,70005,70008,70010,70003,70012,70011,70013],
'purch_amt':[150.5,270.65,65.26,110.5,948.5,2400.6,5760,1983.43,2480.4,250.45, 75.29,3045.6],
'ord_date': ['2012-10-05','2012-09-10','2012-10-05','2012-08-17','2012-09-10','2012-07-27','2012-09-10','2012-10-10','2012-10-10','2012-06-27','2012-08-17','2012-04-25'],
'customer_id':[3005,3001,3002,3009,3005,3007,3002,3004,3009,3008,3003,3002],
'salesman_id': [5002,5005,5001,5003,5002,5001,5001,5006,5003,5002,5007,5001]})

print("Original Orders DataFrame:")
print(orders_data)

result = orders_data.groupby('customer_id').agg({'purch_amt': ['mean', 'min', 'max']})
print("nMean, min, and max values of purchase amount (purch_amt) group by customer id  (customer_id).")
print(result)

Sample Output:

Original Orders DataFrame:
    ord_no  purch_amt    ord_date  customer_id  salesman_id
0    70001     150.50  2012-10-05         3005         5002
1    70009     270.65  2012-09-10         3001         5005
2    70002      65.26  2012-10-05         3002         5001
3    70004     110.50  2012-08-17         3009         5003
4    70007     948.50  2012-09-10         3005         5002
5    70005    2400.60  2012-07-27         3007         5001
6    70008    5760.00  2012-09-10         3002         5001
7    70010    1983.43  2012-10-10         3004         5006
8    70003    2480.40  2012-10-10         3009         5003
9    70012     250.45  2012-06-27         3008         5002
10   70011      75.29  2012-08-17         3003         5007
11   70013    3045.60  2012-04-25         3002         5001

Mean, min, and max values of purchase amount (purch_amt) group by customer id  (customer_id).
               purch_amt                  
                    mean      min      max
customer_id                               
3001          270.650000   270.65   270.65
3002         2956.953333    65.26  5760.00
3003           75.290000    75.29    75.29
3004         1983.430000  1983.43  1983.43
3005          549.500000   150.50   948.50
3007         2400.600000  2400.60  2400.60
3008          250.450000   250.45   250.45
3009         1295.450000   110.50  2480.40

 

 

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