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Filling out missing values
At about minute 3 missing values of "Golbat" (row 42 of dataframe "data") are filled out. My question is how it is possible that a new object/row is created (golbat = data.loc), values in it changed and then the values of the data frame (data) change correspondig? Aren't these to seperate objects? Which Python rule applies here? Thank you for your help!
golbat = data.loc golbat["Height (in)"] = 63 golbat["Weight (lbs)"] = 121.30 data.loc